Emids buys India-based UX design firm Quovantis Technologies

12 April 2021 Consulting.us 1 min. read
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Emids, a Nashville-based healthcare IT consultancy, has acquired Quovantis Technologies, a Noida, India-based provider of user experience design and software development services.

Founded in 2010, Quovantis helps healthtech and product companies create digital experiences for web, mobile, and wearables. The firm’s services cover product discovery, experience design, product engineering, and minimum viable product (MVP) launch.

The company’s recent projects include Lucid Reality, a mobile app aimed at helping lucid dreamers unlock their problem-solving potential, and Viking Health, a mobile app for wellness and weight loss.

“Our customers don’t have to wait months to launch their products to understand a product-market fit. We help them launch products incrementally, see what we did right or wrong, and then calibrate that,” said founder and CEO Tarun Kohli.

Quovantis has approximately 300 engineers, designers, and software architects, and was named one of India’s Great Mid-size Workplaces 2019 by Great Place to Work.

Emids buys India-based UX design firm Quovantis Technologies

Emids, which focuses on health IT engineering and development, will add strategically upstream capabilities through its acquisition of Quovantis.

The Nashville firm earlier this year bought Macadamian, a UX specialist with 109 employees across Canada, Romania, and Armenia.

Kumar Kolin, CTO of Emids, said the addition of Quovantis puts Emids "on the map as a top-tier product development partner, capable of the design, build, and large-scale commercialization of novel digital ideas and technologies.”

Founded in 1999, Emids supports the healthcare and life sciences industry with services in digital transformation, custom app development, data engineering, business intelligence, and specialized consulting. The firm has more than 2,300 people across nine offices in the US, Canada, UK, Romania, Armenia, and India.