San Francisco-based Ikonic’s clients include Time Warner, American Express Travel, General Motors of Canada, Microsoft, News Corp., Pacific Bell, Prudential Investments, SegaSoft, Standard & Poor’s, and Virgin Records America.
The company is well-known for its work developing Time Warner’s Pathfinder Web site.
“Ikonic’s approach to ‘Building Businesses on the Web’ helps clients
transform every part of their business value chain,” said Ikonic chairman
Robert May. “Merging with USWeb strengthens Ikonic’s ability to deliver a
full spectrum of Internet-based solutions worldwide and deepen
relationships with our multinational clientele.”
Financial terms were not disclosed.
In a separate announcement today, USWeb said it will also acquire UK-based Xplora Limited, a corporate
Internet consulting company that serves clients including BBC Worldwide,
Compaq, and Microsoft.
USWeb, of Santa Clara, CA, focuses on business strategy consulting, needs analysis, architecture planning, solution design and development for the Internet market. The company has alliances with industry leaders Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Microsoft, and Sun Microsystems.