Metalogix has announced that it has acquired MetaVis Technologies.
MetaVis is widely known for its innovative and unified cloud collaboration service management platform. The integration of MetaVis' award-winning management software and entrepreneurial team further establishes Metalogix as the standard-bearer of innovative solutions to move, manage, and secure organizations' content in the cloud, on-premises, and in hybrid environments.
By combining these two award-winning solution portfolios, experienced leadership teams, distribution channels and the industry's highest rated LIVE 24 x 7 support, Metalogix is uniquely positioned to offer customers the capabilities needed to enhance the use, management, performance, and security of their collaboration platforms, while reducing risk and complexity.
"Metalogix is committed to providing best-of-breed solutions to the marketplace and this acquisition is part of our vision and growth strategy we announced in December 2014 when we partnered with Permira funds," said Steven Murphy, CEO of Metalogix. "We will continue delivering the most innovative and simple to use solutions that address the dynamic challenges associated with moving, managing and securing content; in the cloud, and in hybrid environments."
Steve Pogrebivsky, CEO and co-founder of MetaVis added, "Metalogix brings immediate value to our existing customers providing them with instant access to the industry’s highest-rated support. At the same time we are working together to unite our global development capabilities, and with the backing of Permira funds will strengthen our collective solution portfolio."
Steven Murphy continued, "Metalogix and MetaVis are committed to ensuring that our over 20,000 licensed clients receive maximum value from their ECM investments. MetaVis solutions will continue to be supported and developed further as our next product release is scheduled for May 2015. Our vision is about enhancing the use performance and security of our client's collaboration and business processes to increase workforce productivity."