Revel will continue to operate as an independent organization, and it will serve as Infogain’s digital experience strategy and design arm. Founder Vikas Kamran will retain the title of CEO at Revel, and the company’s leadership team will remain in place.
“Revel helps clients envision the future of the experience economy, and with Infogain, we’re dramatically increasing our ability to engineer it as well,” Kamran said in a statement. “Imagine a world where trust defines a company’s relationship with its customers and where personalized digital experiences feel valuable, not intrusive. We’re creating a better model that blends design thinking and human-centered digital experiences with advanced analytics, machine learning, IoT and cloud.”
Founded in 2006 as CRM Consultants, Revel has more than 200 employees. They will all stay on board following the acquisition. In 2016 Revel relocated from Kirkland, Wash. to downtown Seattle.
Kamran is a former manager at Accenture who joined Revel in 2006. He’s been CEO since 2009. Kamran is also a member of the Alliance of Angels in Seattle.
Infogain is based in Silicon Valley, with more than 3,500 employees spread across offices in California, Washington state, Texas, London, Dubai, India and Singapore. Earlier this month, Infogain acquired Silicus Technologies, a Houston-based Microsoft partner, to bolster its expertise in Microsoft’s cloud ecosystem.