Big deal: Trubiquity gobbles NexPrise in major cloud ECM-meets-SaaS cleansweep

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Big deal: Trubiquity gobbles NexPrise

Trubiquity takes off into cloud ECM and SaaS with NexPrise takeover – WebSpace platform will expand cloud computing offerings for Michigan-based MFT specialist Trubiquity

By PAUL QUIGLEY

ECM Plus +++ Managed file transfer bellwether Trubiquity has just acquired the assets of NexPrise, providers of cloud-based Enterprise Content Management (ECM).

According to the company, the acquisition includes substantially all of NexPrise’s assets, customers and business operations, including the WebSpace and InfoPrise product lines.

The deal will also take in an office in California in addition to Trubiquity’s existing presence in locations in the United States of America, Germany and the Great Britain. 

Commenting on the ECM acquisition, Stephen Koons, Trubiquity’s CEO said: “The WebSpace enterprise content management solution has tremendous market potential in the software-as-a-service business segment, and our customers will truly appreciate the range of flexible, scalable cloud computing offerings from the combined solutions.”

The company said that the acquisition of NexPrise marks ‘a strategic move’ to offer a comprehensive SaaS solution that will integrate with on-premise Managed File Transfer (MFT) solutions including collaboration tools, data exchange services, ERP and large PLM systems.

Ted Lesher, vice President of Sales at NexPrise added: “The integration of WebSpace into Trubiquity’s solution lines puts us in a unique position to do some amazing things with cloud-based managed file transfer.”

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.


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