KatzAbosch Client, WebMechanix, Acquires Baltimore-based 7D Interactive

webKatzAbosch’s client, WebMechanix, just finalized its acquisition of 7D Interactive, a web & software development firm. The joint companies will operate under the WebMechanix brand and all key personnel will continue working from WebMechanix’s headquarters in Columbia, MD.

WebMechanix, founded in 2009, is a digital marketing solutions company focused on maximizing ROI through lead generation, marketing automation, SEO, SEM, social media, and email marketing.

7D Interactive, founded in 2011, provides custom-tailored web & software development solutions for clients in both the public and private sectors. Clients include Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) & Choice Hotels International, among others.

Dave Brong, who founded 7D Interactive in 2011, joins the WebMechanix leadership team as their Chief Technology Officer. “The WebMechanix team perfectly aligns with our philosophy for making clients happy. That’s what it comes down to in the end, how much better off our current and future clients will be, said Mr. Brong, whose experience in development began in the early 1990′s.

WebMechanix co-founder and CEO, Arsham Mirshah, commented, “Dave brings a wealth of experience to the team. Our union will really enhance the complementary services we can provide for our clients. Marketing needs are ever-expanding and this will help us stay ahead.”

WebMechanix is ramping up hiring efforts over the next six months in response to the influx of new business from the merger. Several of these hires will likely come directly from WebMechanix Academy, the company’s new 12-week training program for aspiring internet marketers in the greater Baltimore area.
To read more about WebMechanix, how they operate and the comprehensive services they provide, check out their website here.

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