TechnologyWelcom Software snaps up e-InBusiness

Welcom Software snaps up e-InBusiness

Harrogate-based BI group expands into online marketing with acquisition

Welcom Software has acquired e-commerce and online marketing group
e-InBusiness.

The deal strengthens Welcom’s market share within the retail IT sector, with
e-commerce complementing Welcom’s existing retail and supply chain product
suite. It also kick starts a three-year programme of strategic acquisitions for
the group.

‘We are very excited about this new acquisition as it represents a whole new
chapter for Welcom,’ said Welcom chief operating officer Nigel Corp. ‘Not only
does it demonstrate considerable expansion of the business, but it also
strengthens our retail offering, generating considerable opportunities for both
ourselves and our clients.’

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