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Partner One Capital has completed the acquisition of Assima, a provider of a software solution that spans across the entire digital adoption life-cycle: from initial training, to live assistance, to enterprise-wide collaboration.
Assima is designed to maximise user performance and minimise errors for the world's largest corporations and governments.
Under the terms of the agreement, Partner One Capital has acquired all of the global assets of Assima as well as its 12 divisions worldwide.
For the past 20 years, Assima software has played a vital role in improving user-adoption, user performance and increasing business efficiency for the largest and most demanding user environments. Assima's patented simulation cloning is the only software in the world that can create a life-like simulation of any system, resulting in faster, more effective training. Assima also provides proactive user assistance powered by artificial intelligence, taking world-leading organizations into a new era of productivity and success.
The world's largest organisations, including the leading banks and healthcare providers, trust Assima's proprietary technology and machine-learning expertise to deliver innovative digital adoption solutions.
"Our customers are under constant pressure to do things better, faster and more efficiently while keeping costs down," says Germain Bourgeois, Assima's COO. "We have been doing this longer than any of our competitors, no other company can offer the technology we offer and the results we provide to our customers and partners."
"We see Assima as the leader in the digital adoption market because of the completeness of its offering" said Jonathan Dionne of Partner One Capital. "Assima has a very strong track record of winning large enterprise accounts, and now with the strength of Partner One behind it, customers will greatly benefit. We are going to invest a lot of money to make sure Assima remains the leader.”
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