Author-it Announces the Acquisition of Triview Publishing Technologies
For Immediate Release: Author-it Software Corporation PO BOX 21169 Seattle, WA 98111-3169
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San Jose, CA (March 18, 2014) Author-it Software Corporation announced today that it has acquired Triview Publishing Technologies of Soest, The Netherlands. This exciting move will allow Author-it to expand its leading position in Europe and better serve its European customers and Global accounts. Triview has been a specialists in the field of technical documentation and documentation solutions for over 20 years and over the last 10 years has been the leading European reseller of Author-it’s products and services.
“I am very excited to add the exceptional Triview team to the Author-it family”, said Paul Trotter, Author-it’s Founder and CEO. “Peter Stroes and Hans Janssen have not only built a solid technical understanding of the Author-it suite of products but have established a quality reputation among their broad customer base”.
“Being part of the Author-it family is the perfect next step in the evolution of Triview”, said Peter Stroes, Triview founder and CEO. “The European team is really looking forward and highly motivated to become an integrated part of Author-it and to help grow the business worldwide”.
Triview Publishing Technologies bv has been renamed Author-it Software Corporation bv and will operate as the European division of Author-it. Author-it has recently established divisions in Seattle and expanded its presence in New Zealand and San Jose.
Author-it Software Corporation, (ASC) is changing the way the world works with critical business documentation. With the release of Author-it Cloud, ASC has become the world’s first end-to-end Enterprise Authoring Platform on the cloud. Author-it is used in over 50 countries, by over 3,500 clients and chosen by Fortune 500 organizations for worldwide deployments. ASC has offices in San Jose and Seattle, USA, Seost, The Netherlands, and in Auckland and Palmerston North, New Zealand.