UK's Assima acquires Danish software company  

2007.03.07
IMS Learning, a Danish software company which develops and markets programmes for E-learning, has been acquired by UK's Assima for an undisclosed sum
IMS Learning, a Danish software company which develops and markets programmes for E-learning, has been acquired by UK's Assima for an undisclosed sum. IMS learning will be the central point of Assima's global offensive to supply electronic tools for staff training.
 
Eric Duneau, managing director of Assima says: "The acquisition of IMS Learning will strengthen our distribution channel in Scandinavia and in the Baltic States. The company will undoubtedly help boost Assima's growth."
 
Søren Sander, one of the three founders of IMS Learning and managing director comments: "For the first time we will now have the opportunity to get our products onto the international market, and that is a very interesting outlook." "I have a personal and business ambition to complete the next generation of our product, which will be launched in December. To create a product from scratch, which today has 90,000 users, is very satisfying."
 
Assima was founded in 2002 and provides training solutions including documentation generation, software stimulations and electronic performance support systems. The company is listed on Euronext in Paris and employs 130 people. The news was reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen.
 
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