The combined vendor will have just over 100 staff (around 50 each from both companies) with offices in the US, the UK, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Switzerland, Singapore and New Zealand, and will serve a combined base of more than 300 clients.
Officials say the move was driven by the potential to offer a broader range of products and services, a truly global support presence, and to be able to focus more on strategy and product development than on duplication and competition.
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