EXTON, PA (PRWEB) November 16, 2005
Quartet Solutions America, Inc. (Quartet) today announced the completion of a Letter of Intent with Insite Objects of Houston, Texas. The transaction is best described as a merger of opportunity for both companies.
“Insite has been investing heavily in new technology and plans to release products that will revolutionize how software is applied to corporate learning and support. With the acquisition of Quartet, our customers will realize even more the benefits to integrated services. The merger will provide our SAP clientele options that are currently not offered in the industry.” said David W. Hall, CEO of Insite.
Since 1997, Quartet has offered training and professional services worldwide. Starting in 2000, the company has maintained an international partnership with Insite pairing their consulting services with Insite’s products. “We will combine our core expertise with Insite’s new generation of software. By putting all our resources into a single effort, customers will be offered the best integrated solutions for corporate education and user support.” stated Gary Raubenheimer, President of Quartet Solutions.
The firms are scheduled to finalized remaining agreements and begin joint operations by January 1st, 2006. Terms of the merger were not disclosed. Questions regarding the press release can be directed to email@example.com.
About Insite Objects, Inc.
Insite Objects is a leading provider of software solutions for authoring, publishing, and accessing end user training and performance support. Since 1995, they continue to provide cutting edge tools (i4 and Resite Enterprise) for SAP Development and Training Teams with the goal of increasing efficiency and productivity on the project and end user levels.
About Quartet Solutions, Ltd.
Quartet Solutions is a professional services and training company with offices in the USA and United Kingdom. Since 1997, they have established a pool of highly educated and well-trained specialists who maintain a vast knowledge of performance improvement methodologies and the end user training market.
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