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Hyland, a Cleveland-based content services provider, has completed its acquisition of Alfresco (Boston), a content services platform and solutions provider. The transaction close brings the entire Alfresco business, including all technology and products, under Hyland.
Hyland says the acquisition furthers its vision to become the world’s leading content services provider, expanding its global footprint with additional customers, partners and employees with extensive industry experience. The vendor notes that the addition of Alfresco’s solutions augments Hyland’s range of content services offerings and provides new opportunities to engage with the open-source community for product innovation.
“We are thrilled to welcome our new customers, employees and partners to the Hyland community,” comments Bill Priemer, president and CEO, Hyland. “We’re committed to extending Hyland’s culture of support, collaboration and innovation as we work to build lasting relationships. Our integration strategy will ensure full support for Alfresco solutions, enabling organizations to derive the most value from their digital transformation investments.”
The vendor vaunts what it calls the most comprehensive content services portfolio available, including Hyland RPA, intelligent capture offerings, healthcare enterprise imaging and more, which its says gives customers access to flexible, low-code technology that will grow with them into the future.
Continued Evolution of Alfresco Platform
“At Hyland, the Alfresco platform will continue to grow and to serve customers’ evolving business needs,” Priemer adds. “Alfresco customers can confidently continue to use and expand their Alfresco solutions, whether deployed on-premises or in the cloud.”
Future Alfresco versions will enable customers to seamlessly leverage other areas of the Hyland portfolio, according to Hyland. These include Hyland Experience Platform (HxP) — the recently launched, next-generation, cloud-based platform — and newly developed HxP components, such as Hyland Experience Capture.