Globant acquires Navint, a North America based premier lead-to-revenue transformation company
NEW YORK, Nov. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Globant (NYSE: GLOB), a digitally native company focused on reinventing businesses through innovative technology solutions, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Navint, a leading Lead-to-Revenue Salesforce partner that helps organizations drive growth and operational efficiency.
Navint is focused on augmenting organizations' internal capabilities, with deep know-how working on business processes, tools and technologies across every stage of the company lifecycle: Sales, Service, Finance and Delivery. By incorporating Navint, Globant reinforces its commitment to expand its own Salesforce Studio and enable profound business transformations leveraging deep expertise within the full suite of Salesforce Revenue Cloud solutions. Combined with the majority stake acquisition of Walmeric in July, this announcement enriches Globant's role as an expert on lead-to-revenue services on a global scale.
"We found in Navint amazing skills with deep experience in multiple leading platforms. Navint collaborators impressed us with their native curiosity, collaboration, and grit. They share our passion and vision on how to transform organizations. We are extremely happy to have them onboard," said Martín Migoya, Globant's CEO and co-founder.
Navint has 130 collaborators, including specialists in recurring revenue, monetization and business architecture design, who work with Fortune 1000 enterprises in several key industries, such as banking, wellness, entertainment, SaaS, and high-tech, among others. Headquartered in New York, the company operates across North America, in cities including Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Denver, Dallas, and Pittsburgh, as well as in Europe with offices located in London and Dublin. Additionally, it operates a Lead-to-Revenue Technology Center of Excellence in Ahmedabad, India.
"Navint helps businesses reevaluate their go-to-market and monetization models, streamline lead-to-revenue operations, accelerate digital transformation initiatives and generate maximum ROI from their CRM, CPQ, CLM, Billing & ERP investments on the Salesforce platform. Globant is the ideal partner to augment our capabilities and reach, and we are thrilled to join this talented, cutting-edge team as we extend our combined operations across North America and Europe," said Jim Martindale, CEO of Navint. "Together we will bring the unmatched, end-to-end digital and cognitive transformations today's global brands need to best position their businesses for future success."
Fernando Matzkin, Globant's Chief Business Officer of North America, pointed out: "I'm very excited to partner with Jim, and the entire Navint team, in integrating their deep expertise in lead-to-revenue transformation and in the Salesforce platform to improve and expand Globant's own enterprise offerings and support our focus of helping our clients reinvent their businesses and operations. Their presence in North America will also be key to keep reinforcing our local footprint."
To learn more about Globant's Salesforce Studio, visit www.globant.com/studio/salesforce.
Completion of this transaction is subject to customary closing conditions.
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Lucía M. Ledesma