EDI powerhouse: Business process specialist Trubiquity acquires Mosaic Software
Trubiquity , a provider of business process automation software, has acquired the assets and business operations of Mosaic Software in a contracted signed July 1, 2008.
Based in Meckenheim, Germany, Mosaic offers commercial electronic data interchange (EDI) software products for customers in the retail, manufacturing, and finance market, including an EDI-trade portal (Web and classic EDI) for customers; and installed EDI software and consulting services for business-process optimization.
Mosaic Software product offerings allow organizations to connect and collaborate across a variety of industries and business functions. Trubiquity's current EDI capabilities came as a direct result of its acquisitions of European-based Secorex , and U.S.-based Trinary Systems .
The ongoing operations of Mosaic Software will continue uninterrupted under the name Trubiquity Systems. Says Rolf Mugrauer, CEO of Mosaic Software, "We look forward to teaming with Trubiquity and combining the EDI capabilities of both organizations. This partnership will support our customers' best-in-class EDI solutions to use worldwide."
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