By Joshua Burd
dancker, the Somerville-based interior solutions firm, has expanded its platform with the acquisition of a workplace technology integrator.
The Columbia, Maryland-based company, Design Build Engineering, offers services such as visual collaboration tools, visual displays, network infrastructure, safety and security, workplace analytics and ongoing maintenance and technical support, according to a news release. It will now do business as DBE Systems, powered by dancker and will continue to provide solutions for all connected technologies that communicate over copper, fiber and wireless in order to improve the business workflow.
“The addition of DBE further strengthens dancker’s already formidable ability to integrate architectural, furniture, technology and logistics solutions as a trusted, single-source provider to corporate, government, education and health care facilities,” dancker CEO Steven Lang said. “Both DBE and dancker share the same philosophy, namely that integrating technology seamlessly into the workplace experience plays an absolutely critical role in the success of our clients’ businesses in a highly connected world.
“Given that shared sense of purpose, it simply made sense for the two firms to bring our talented teams together and expand our combined footprint throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic markets.”
Dancker, whose clients include several Fortune 100 companies, operates from several locations in both regions, supporting clients locally and across North America.
“DBE is excited to be joining forces with dancker, inspiring our clients to see their technology infrastructure as the backbone to their business needs and leveraging our combined expertise to optimize our clients’ spaces to their full potential, regardless of whether employees are at the workplace, working remotely, or a hybrid of both,” DBE Co-dounder Rick Winde said.