Whitehill Technologies, Inc. today announced that it has purchased InSystems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Standard Register (NYSE:SR), a premier document services provider based in Dayton, Ohio, United States.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
"We believe that InSystems will be better positioned for success as part of a software company," said Dennis Rediker, Standard Register's president and CEO. "InSystems is a recognized software technology leader with an attractive customer base in the insurance market."
"The combined company's critical mass will be nearly 1000 customers strong, including several hundred insurance companies and more than half of the world's largest law firms," says Paul McSpurren, president and CEO, Whitehill Technologies, Inc. "InSystems clients, products and people will find a welcome home with Whitehill." Current InSystems customers should expect business to continue without interruption. There are over 500 person-years and $60 Million invested in R&D between Whitehill and InSystems. The shared vision to build upon the domain expertise, process knowledge and service delivery success of the combined companies was a key driver of the acquisition. Tom Eisenhauer, chairman of Whitehill Technologies, Inc., and managing partner of Latitude Partners, agreed the deal made sense for everyone. "It is not often that an M&A transaction happens for all the right reasons – Standard Register's commitment to doing the right thing is what made this deal happen. We are very excited about Whitehill's continued success as it positions itself for even greater growth." Some of the key highlights of the combined company include:
- Whitehill now has nearly 1000 enterprise customers in 45 countries
- Whitehill now has over 200 employees and offices in Canada (Markham, ON), the UK (London), and the United States (Roanoke, VA), with its corporate headquarters remaining in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
- Whitehill products include offerings for insurance companies, law firms and financial services organizations.
Whitehill has already started meeting with InSystems customers and will continue to do so. Whitehill's advanced technologies, plus the increased scale of the combined organization, should hopefully facilitate new offerings above and beyond InSystems existing release plans.
For Whitehill legal customers, the extension of document process oriented capabilities links well to the company's current offerings in support of billing, reporting and data integration. "Our commitment to customer satisfaction and technology innovation is the core of our business success and we are excited about the new possibilities this provides to our legal customers," said McSpurren.