SAS acquires Quintron Systems

On May 7, Godspeed Capital Management LP announced the acquisition of Quintron Systems by SAS, its recently launched space engineering, defense, and communications technology solutions platform. The transaction marks the second addition to the growing SAS platform, following its recent acquisition of Willbrook, and reinforces SAS’ position in the space and defense markets, adding capabilities in communications systems technology for NASA, defense and commercial space clients. Concurrent with the transaction, Dominick Barry, President of Quintron Systems, will be promoted to Chief Operating Officer of the SAS platform.

Founded in 1970, and based in Santa Maria, CA, Quintron provides innovative, secure communications technology solutions tailored for the space and defense markets. Quintron brings longstanding customer relationships well aligned with SAS’ strategic growth objectives specifically with NASA and select commercial space customers who rely on Quintron’s sophisticated Voice-over-IP (VoIP) communications technology to ensure integrated and uninterrupted communications in support of mission critical space launch operations.

“We are pleased to welcome Quintron to the SAS family,” said Heather Bulk, CEO of SAS. “Quintron’s strong reputation for innovation and customer satisfaction complements our values and enhances SAS’ capabilities in critical secure communications technology, enabling us to offer an even wider range of solutions to our clients in the space and defense markets.”

“Becoming part of SAS is a significant milestone for Quintron. This partnership will allow us to leverage SAS’ resources and expertise to accelerate our growth and expand our reach with existing and new customers,” remarked Barry. “We are excited to work with the SAS team to continue providing exceptional products and services to our customers and explore new opportunities together.”

Source: Godspeed

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