Acquires

Some articles on acquires:

Caliper Life Sciences - Acquisition History
... Corporation is formed 1999 - Caliper goes public in $75 Million offering 2003 - Acquires Zymark 2004 - Company changes name to Caliper Life Sciences 2005 - Acquires NovaScreen Biosciences Corporation 2006 ...
Superior Industries - History
2008 Superior acquires propane and CO2 fuel tank, truck and trailer builder, Westmor Industries of Morris. 2008 Superior acquires conveyor manufacturer, Fesco Systems of Norcross, Georgia. 2011 Superior acquires precast concrete builder, Hancock Concrete ...
SWsoft - Company History
... SWsoft founded 2001 Virtuozzo released HSPcomplete released 2003 SWsoft acquires automation firms Yippi-Yeah! E-Business GmbH (makers of Confixx) and Plesk Inc (makers of Plesk) PEM datacenter released. 2007 - December SWsoft acquires WebHostAutomation Ltd developers of HELM Control Panel ...
Softline - History - Additional Acquisitions Via SVI USA
... acquires 100% of Divergent Technologies Pty Ltd Propriety Limited In Sydney Australia July 1998 SVI Holdings Inc ... acquires 100% of Applied Retail Solutions in San Diego California to enter the Point-Of Sale market in the USA July 1999 SVI Holdings Inc ... acquires 100% of Island Pacific Systems in Irvine California, a leading retail applications software group in the USA candour ...
Temenos Group - History
2008 Temenos acquires partner Informer Group. 2008 Temenos acquires Lydian-Associates 2010 Temenos acquires Odyssey Financial Technologies. 2011 Temenos acquires Canadian Business Intelligence (BI) Provider Primisyn ...

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