Improving acquires software consultancy Bit Quill

20 October 2022 2 min. read
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Improving Enterprises Inc., a Dallas-based IT consulting firm, has acquired Bit Quill, a Vancouver-based data and cloud software development firm.

Founded in 2017, Bit Quill provides back-end software development services to software and technology companies primarily located in tech hubs including San Francisco, Seattle, and Boston.

The firm’s areas of expertise include developer experience; query processing; distributed query execution; data mapping, processing, movement and integration; microservices; and related technologies.

Bit Quill has more than 50 professionals, according to LinkedIn.

Improving acquires software consultancy Bit Quill

Improving’s acquisition of Bit Quill will expand its annualized revenue to more than $250 million and will further grow its presence in the Canadian market. Improving’s Canadian operations span offices in Vancouver, Calgary, and Ottawa.

The deal builds on the firm’s February acquisition of YoppWorks, an Ottawa-based digital transformation consultancy and Google Cloud Partner.

"There is apparent alignment between our two companies," said Curtis Hite, CEO of Improving. "From the beginning, we have been impressed with the Bit Quill team and their commitment to building strong relationships with customers as well as cultivating a strong company culture."

Improving provides IT consulting, project, training, and recruiting services to clients primarily in financial services, energy, transportation, and leisure. The firm’s offerings including digital transformation consulting, business intelligence, project and product management, user experience, Microsoft solutions, and application development for cloud, web, and mobile.

"I am tremendously excited that we found such an amazing partner in Improving," said Kyle Porter, CEO and co-founder of Bit Quill. "We could not be more thrilled to join their growth-focused journey, and to be able to leverage their resources and years of experience in continuing to serve and expand on services to both our employees and our customers."

Improving has more than 1,200 people across 15 offices in the US, Canada, and Mexico.