The acquisition transfers Teeps brand, projects, and digital assets to Concepta.
Orlando, FL (November 29, 2018) – Concepta Technologies is proud to announce their acquisition of fellow Orlando-based company Teeps consulting business.
The mobile app development company’s brand will become part of the Concepta family of technology service providers.
Teeps was established in 2012 by co-founders Terrence Donnelly and Joshua Imel. Early on, they established a reputation for building apps that combine functionality and highly intuitive user interfaces.
The user-friendly nature of their apps appeal to product owners, who benefit from shorter training times and higher adoption rates.
Over the past five years Teeps grew from a two-person shop to a business employing nearly two dozen creative professionals.
Past projects include a Virtual Visit system to help Orlando Health patients securely access remote care and a mobile iOS app for online training company Code School.
Teeps also worked with the Orlando Magic on the sports team’s popular Mobile Rewards platform.
Now, ready for a new challenge, Donnelly and Imel have agreed on terms to merge Teeps’ consulting business, including the Teeps brand, services, and ongoing projects, to Concepta Technologies.
The deal is an exciting one for the Teeps co-founders and the Concepta team, whose mobile application services were previously in competition with Teeps.
“They have a great reputation and have experienced substantial growth over the past several years,” said Leo Farias, Concepta Co-Founder and CEO.
“Concepta is growing, too. Bringing Teeps into the fold accelerates our growth and allows us to continue offering personalized services to our larger client base.”
“This represents a significant step forward for us,” added Concepta’s Co-Founder Humberto Farias.
“Concepta and Teeps are two of the top development companies in Orlando, so this deal positions Concepta as a local leader in technology solutions.”
Concepta already offers a wide range of enterprise technology services including web and mobile development, data intelligence, and software development.
Adding Teeps increases their capacity for mobile app development as they continue to establish themselves as one of Florida’s leading technology service providers.
“Stay tuned,” Leo Farias advised. “We plan to hire more technology talent and developers next year to handle the expanded operations. Orlando attracts some of the best talent around, so we’re confident we’ll be able to find the right additions to our team.”