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Feb 13, 2024

Sigma Defense Announces Acquisition of Juno Technologies, Enhancing CJADC2 Capabilities

Sigma Defense LLC, a portfolio company of Sagewind Capital and a leading provider to the U.S Department of Defense, has announced the acquisition of San Diego, CA-based Juno Technologies.  Juno Technologies specializes in delivering IT engineering, systems integration, software development, and technical support to the Department of Defense (DoD).

The acquisition of Juno Technologies aligns with Sigma Defense’s vision of delivering data fusion and analytics at the edge for the “sense, make sense, and act” vision of CJADC2 enabled by DevSecOps. This strategic move will enable Sigma Defense to quickly expand their software development, systems integration, engineering, and fleet support capabilities to provide new capabilities to existing customers and reach a broader range of customers across the DoD.

“Juno Technologies’ deep expertise and successful track record in application development and automation complement our existing capabilities and will allow us to serve a broader range of customers, particularly within the US Navy,” said Matt Jones, CEO of Sigma Defense. “The Juno Technologies team has a stellar track record of delivering engineering, integration, software, and technical support.  Their success and culture are a natural fit for Sigma Defense.”

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Juno Technologies has a rich history of success in the advancement and modernization of systems, specifically within NAVWAR, Military Sealift Command, and the U.S. Coast Guard.  They are also an integral part of Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) and Project Overmatch, the Navy’s JADC strategic initiative.

“We are thrilled to join forces with Sigma Defense to further enhance the capabilities we can deliver to our customers and expand our reach into new channels,” said Julie Ferraro, CEO of Juno Technologies. “Together, we look forward to delivering innovative solutions to meet the evolving needs of our customers, particularly within the US Navy.”