(PRWEB) December 19, 2011
Global Systems Technologies, Inc. (GST) has announced the merger of T&E Solutions Inc. (T&E) with GST. With this merger, the new GST will have two primary divisions: Engineering Services Division (ESD) and Information Technology Division (ITD). ESD and ITD will both service government and private sectors.
GST President and Founder, Achintya Bhattacharjee, stated, “The merger of T&E with GST represents a significant step forward in achieving our long-term goals for corporate growth and expansion, both in offering a broader range of services to existing clients and in gaining a wider base of new clients. The combined resources of the two companies, coupled with the offshore software and web development capability of our affiliated company, GST India, will give the new IT division the ability to provide a more extensive range of product solutions including cloud-based computing, as well as strategic and innovative IT system support, and maintenance.”
ITD will continue to expand and support T&E’s client/server and cloud software products. These include ERP-GOV, a DCAA-compliant contract management and accounting system, and a new cloud-based management system scheduled for release in 2012.
According to Bhattacharjee, ESD will carry on GST’s core business of providing services to a broad base of government and commercial clients. These services include: R&D, Systems engineering & integration, program management, test and evaluation, information technology, and logistics/ configuration management.
GST’s successful 24-year history includes providing these services to clients in both the government and private sectors in the areas of Aviation Security, Defense, Homeland Security, IT, Banking, and Finance. Government customers include: the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the US Navy (USN), the US Air Force (USAF), and the US Army, GST’s international and commercial clients include: IBM, Oracle, SAP, BAE, Lufthansa, Lockheed Martin, Sun Microsystems, Dow Jones, and Bank of America.
GST will continue to operate from its headquarters in Yardley, PA and satellite offices in Absecon, NJ and Crystal City, VA. For more information about GST, please go to http://www.gstpa.com.