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The acquisition will strengthen L&T Infotech digital business with a suite of capabilities in Pega implementation space around establishing BPM Roadmap & Strategy, Customer Services, RPA and Decisioning, said the company.

Ruletronics provides BPM and CRM solutions leveraging Pega Platform. Their current industry strength lies across Insurance, Banking, Healthcare and Retail segments. The company offers product based offerings for Disability Claims management, KYC Bulk Remediation, and Insurance Sales & Service applications.

“Ruletronics brings significant Pega and BPM expertise along with unique client relationships that will help us grow our digital business further. I welcome Ruletronics’ clients, employees, and partners to LTI family,” said Nachiket Deshpande, COO, LTI.

Naveen Anisetty, Managing Director and Founder, Ruletronics said: “At Ruletronics, our mission has been to understand and analyze our client’s business needs and deliver strategic BPM solutions to transform their business processes forever. We are excited about joining forces with LTI to continue this journey, further.”

This is LTI’s third acquisition since the company went public in 2016. It earlier acquired Pune-based AugmentIQ, an analytics start-up and Luxembourg-based Syncordis Consulting, a leading implementation partner of Temenos, in Europe.

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