The acquisition of Dit – which provides software solutions for the financial and business information needs of medium-sized companies – is part of Aston’s stragtegy to build a network to provide Navision based solutions to any part of the globe.
‘With this acquisition we will be able to build upon the already sizeable Navision presence that we have in the Scandinavian market. At the same time, it enables us to move into the UK market with what we see as one of the future market-leading solutions in the ERP industry,’ said Aston Managing Director Peter Warnoe.
Dit founder and Emglish ICA council member Paul Druckman, will remain Dit managing director. He added that the deal, understood to be cash only, preceded a number of further international acquisitions by Aston due to be announced on Monday.
Meanwhile Heath Williams will remain Dit sales director while the company will continue to operate from Surbiton in Surrey.
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