Nunsys buys a 100% share in ininfa, a Colombian company that already has a headquarters in Ecuador.
The acquisition of Ininfa represents a significant shift for Paterna's business, since it must be noted that it is a Siemens official partner in Colombia. All this will result in an expanded capacity for production control and comprehensive manufacturing management within the Sothis Digital Industry business unit in Latin America.
Nunsys' business will be expanded by allowing its client portfolio to have greater efficiency and agility in your operations and in the pick-to-light order preparation system, as a result of the company's decision to join BME Growth last summer. It has yet to reveal further details in this regard.
Nunsys projects a total of one hundred technicians in the next two years.
Paco Gavilan, Nunsys' CEO, believes the new agreement is a unique opportunity to strengthen the company's presence in Latin America. Furthermore, he claims that it enables them to become a global company capable of meeting the needs of its customers anywhere in the world.
Yesid Delgado, the manager of Ininfa, has expressed his gratitude to being a part of Nunsys and contributing to the expansion of its technological solutions in the Latin American region. If this position is strengthened, he qualifies, they will achieve your digital transformation in the global marketplace.
After the purchase of Sothis, the Valencian company continues to pursue its constant growth and internationalization. In fact, they anticipate the group to close 2023 with some billing figures exceeding 235 million euros and employing around 2,500 people.
Nunsys' billing predictions for 2018 were 148 million euros and an Ebitda of 12 million, especially consolidating the departments of industrial digitization and SAP consulting, which are key areas of potential growth, as well as the commitment to AI. Currently, it has 15 delegations distributed throughout Spain and Portugal, harvesting more than 5,500 clients both public and private since its foundation in 2007.
Nunsys has been planning its IPO for a year, but it has yet to be announced. Sothis was acquired by the investment firm Angelsentrepreneur driven Juan Roig, which then owned the company. The company's objective was to promote its internationalization and transparency, and develop future corporate operations.
If the initial public offering (IPO) is successful, the companies will diversify their sources of financing and broaden their shareholding base, currently holding Paco Gavilán at more than 70% of the capital. It is also going through a sweet moment after confirming the appointments of Eva Turanzo and José Mara Ros as new independent directors.