EveryMatrix has confirmed that after having worked with the firm “for several years on many development projects,” it has now acquired Thailand-based development company Totoit and is ready to integrate it within its structure.

The Chiang Mai-headquartered company is a front-end solutions specialist and is equally adept in website design, intranet/extranet design, and custom programing the most up-to-date technologies and frameworks such as PHP, C#, .NET, Java, and NodeJs.

“This acquisition will give us the opportunity to offer even better services.”

Comprised of more than 20 employees, including a core team of senior developers, Totoit will combine with the front-end division of EveryMatrix, assisting the firm’s top clients in creating websites “tailored to their unique value proposition.” EveryMatrix’s APIs (application programming interface) offers both the tools and systems operators need to build “personalized and localized gaming experiences from scratch.”

Inside knowledge:

Commenting on the acquisition, Chief Executive Officer for EveryMatrix, Ebbe Groes, said in a company press release

“We have successfully collaborated with TOTOIT for several years now, and we are happy to welcome their experienced staff into our organisation. Their team already has a deep understanding of our APIs and processes. I have nothing but praise for this team, as I come to know them as efficient, reliable and service-minded. In addition, they have great business knowledge and will add new dimensions for gamification innovation.

“This acquisition will give us the opportunity to offer even better services, in particular for Tier-1 clients for which we want the bandwidth to do fully bespoke solutions. As such, adding a team of 20 experienced developers in one go is a huge step in this direction.”

High praises:

According to EveryMatrix, Toitoit previously catered to a broad range of clients across Southeast Asia and Europe and was renowned for their “desire to push the limits” of HTML and responsive design in delivering workflows that were simple but efficient.

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