LRS Acquiring Document-Solution Provider Drivve

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On December 5th, Levi Ray & Shoup (LRS), which is based in Springfield, Illinois, announced that it’s acquiring U.S.-based Drivve Inc. and affiliated companies in Europe.

Drivve will join LRS’s Enterprise Output Management (EOM) division, helping LRS expand and improve its document-solution offerings.

Established in 2008,  Drivve offers scan-, print- and document management solutions that are said to streamline and improve document-intensive business processes. With a customer base that includes SMBs, Fortune 500 Companies, education, and government institutions, Drivve markets, sells, and supports its solutions through a global network of distributors and resellers. For more information on Drivve, visit www.drivve.com.

LRS is a privately held U.S. company with corporate headquarters located in Springfield, Illinois. Its remote offices are located throughout the United States and in key geographic regions around the world. For more information about LRS, visit www.LRSOutputManagement.com.

Going forward, LRS and Drivve development teams will work to fully integrate these data-capture and digitalization features into the comprehensive LRS output-management suite.

According to Drivve CEO Thilo Lutzeler, “Like LRS, the Drivve team has been focused on optimizing specific elements of the document lifecycle. Separately, each company has become a leader in its own market space; together, we will be able to offer customers a comprehensive document ecosystem that streamlines every aspect of information capture, imaging, management, security, and distribution. We are very excited to help LRS bring these best-of-breed solutions to market.”

John Howerter, LRS senior vice president of Enterprise Output Management, added “By incorporating the Drivve software functionality into our EOM software suite, we will dramatically expand our ability to support the digitization and business process improvement projects that exist in our customers’ organizations.”

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