Print-Management Software Provider Sepialine Acquiring Technesis
Print-management software provider Sepialine reports that it’s finalized an agreement to acquire software company Technesis. The firm says the acquisition will enable it enhance its product line, as well as provide Technesis customers with new functionality and continued software support.
Technesis’s product line includes Technesis Print Control System (PCS) and PrintControlOnline. Customers using Technesis PCS will continue to receive technical support as well as priority upgrades to Argos, Sepialine’s flagship print-cost recovery solution.
PrintControlOnline will be discontinued and customers will be transitioned to Printerpoint, Sepialine’s cloud-based management print services (MPS) and device-management tool.
Technesis employees will join Sepialine, assisting with development of software solutions, inside sales, and vendor relationships. The company will continue to operate under the name Sepialine.
Argos is used by architecture, engineering, design, and legal firms to capture and bill project-related document expenses. Sepialine says customers upgrading from Technesis PCS will see immediate benefits, including expanded manufacturer support, as-printed tracking, secure-print release, mobile printing, as well as phone system and 3D-printer integration.
Sepialine is a San Francisco-based technology company, specializing in print-related software. Founded in 1998, Sepialine creates applications to solve the needs of imaging technology providers and their customers. Sepialine’s partners include Hewlett-Packard, Canon, KIP, Konica Minolta, Ricoh, Xerox, and other vendors.