Digby acquires mobile software firm Movaya

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Mobile commerce provider Digby announced the acquisition of mobile software company Movaya Wireless on November 4. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Stanley Wang, Movaya co-founder and CTO, has joined Digby as VP of engineering.

Phil Yerkes, co-founder and chairman of Movaya, said in a statement that the deal provided “a very exciting opportunity for all of Movaya team members.”

Movaya's Asian operations center will form the basis for Digby Chengdu Technology – a hub for its growing mobile presence Asia.

“Movaya is a pioneer in the mobile commerce ecosystem,” said David Sikora, founder and CEO of Digby, in a statement. 

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