Oiga Technologies is a global software development company that combines cutting-edge technologies with data to deliver tailored solutions.

A prominent provider of digital transformation services, 10Pearls, has acquired Oiga Technologies, a high-tech firm based in Colombia that develops products with an emphasis on artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, and blockchain.

By strengthening its capabilities in developing new products and emerging technologies, 10Pearls will be better able to offer its clients creative solutions across a variety of industry verticals.

Oiga Technologies is a global software development company that combines cutting-edge technologies with data to deliver tailored solutions. It was founded in 2017 by renowned data scientist and inventor Michael Puscar.

The 120 data scientists, software developers, and inventors from Oiga will join the product development team at 10Pearls. While Bob Reisenweber, the current CEO of Oiga Technologies, will take on the position of Managing Director, LATAM within 10Pearls, Puscar will play a crucial role as a strategic advisor.

“At 10Pearls, we are thrilled to have Oiga Technologies join our team. We all have the same vision of using cutting-edge software technologies to change the economics of innovation and make our clients more competitive around the world. Above all, the values of both businesses are those of making a difference in the world and having a positive impact,” said Imran Aftab, CEO, 10Pearls.

“Our customers are constantly on the lookout for technologically advanced solutions, and we believe that 10Pearls’ global engineering scale will give it the breadth of technology and the capacity to carry it out quickly enough to meet those needs.”

Oiga Technologies’ founder, Michael Puscar, said “This brings together two digitally innovative businesses that are utilising cutting-edge technology to provide software engineering and end-to-end digital transformation services at scale.”

In order to further its capabilities in cutting-edge technologies, 10Pearls will make this its third international acquisition in 2023. More than 1,600 contributors, 400 of whom are in Latin America, are now part of 10Pearls as a result of this acquisition.