Jan 9 2014, 8:16am CST | by PR.com
Colorado Springs, CO, January 09, 2014 --(PR.com)-- XTIVIA, Inc. today announced the acquisition of Strategic Sales Systems, a specialist in the Customer Relationship Management and Business Intelligence market.
Headquartered in St. Louis, Mo. and founded in 1998, Strategic Sales Systems (SSS) is a leading integrator of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Business Intelligence (BI) systems. With over 100 years of combined CRM experience, SSS is a trusted partner for companies across the United States. Sean Mohan the founder will remain as the Vice President for this new XTIVIA business unit.
“This acquisition furthers XTIVIA’s strategy by enhancing our offerings with the CRM component, as well as expanding our BI operations,” said XTIVIA, CEO Dennis Robinson. “Combining the respective strengths of XTIVIA and SSS accelerates our business plan and is a significant step toward our goal of transforming business through the use of information technology.”
Sean Mohan said “SSS brings new methods and capabilities that, when combined with XTIVIA’s industry and technology expertise, will enable us to bring more comprehensive and innovative solutions to the market.”
Dennis Robinson, CEO, said, “We enthusiastically welcome the SSS team into our company. We have very similar cultures focused on doing what is best for customers and taking care of our employees. Our customers, shareholders, and employees will all benefit from this acquisition.”
XTIVIA is a leading information technology and Internet solutions firm that specializes in helping organizations manage critical business information and processes across all communication channels. XTIVIA has offices in New York, New Jersey, Colorado, and Texas. For more information visit our website at www.xtivia.com or www.sssworld.com, call 888-685-3101, option 2, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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