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Whitehill Technologies has purchased InSystems, a subsidiary of document services provider Standard Register. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. “We believe InSystems will be better positioned for success as part of a software company,” says Dennis Rediker, Standard Register’s president and CEO. “The combined company’s critical mass will be nearly 1,000 customers strong, including several hundred insurance companies and more than half of the world’s largest law firms,” says Paul McSpurren, president and CEO, Whitehill Technologies, Inc. “InSystems clients, products, and people will find a welcome home with Whitehill.”

Current InSystems customers should expect business to continue without interruption, according to Whitehill. The combined companies have more than $60 million invested in R&D. The shared vision to build upon the domain expertise, process knowledge, and service delivery success of the combined companies was a key driver of the acquisition, according to Whitehill.

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