2017, Ad-hoc Reports

Ad-hoc: EASY SOFTWARE AG: Acquisition of the ECM business entity of Schleupen AG

Mülheim an der Ruhr (Germany), January 26, 2017 –  Today, EASY SOFTWARE AG (ISIN: DE 0005634 000) concluded an acquisition agreement through which it acquires the  Enterprise Content Management (“ECM”) business entity from Ettlingen-based Schleupen AG, taking commercial effect on January 1, 2017.

Schleupen AG is one of EASY SOFTWARE’s most important partner companies through which EASY SOFTWARE AG sells a part of its products to end customers. Particularly the contractual relationships to end customers and other partner companies are, along with the ECM business entity, transferred to EASY SOFTWARE AG.

The contracting parties have agreed on a lower, seven-digit euro amount for the purchase price. Due to the takeover of the ECM business entity, the EASY Group expects sales growth of about 4% p. a. and above-average earnings growth.

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