General Informatics makes first out-of-state acquisition with North Carolina firm 

365 Labs
Mo Vij, who launched General Informatics in 2004, then started 365 Labs in early 2020 with a focus on creating technology and software for law enforcement agencies. (Don Kadair)

Baton Rouge-based IT services provider General Informatics today announced it has acquired Charlotte, North Carolina-based technology solutions firm Versiant.

The acquisition will expand General Informatics capabilities and client base, bringing Versiant’s expertise in manufacturing logistics, health care and consumer products into the company’s wheelhouse.  

“After our first meeting with Versiant, I knew this was the next step for General Informatics,” General Informatics CEO Don Monistere says. “Versiant’s geography and unique offering is aligned with our strategic vision.” 

In 2020, General Informatics partnered with Rosewood Private Investments to develop an aggressive growth plan that includes both organic growth and acquisitions. In the past year, General Informatics has expanded its reach to Mississippi, Alabama, and now the Carolinas. 

This is General Informatics’ second acquisition in 2021, after purchasing the PC sales division of EMCO