EFI acquires Metrix

EFI has bought Metrix software, best known for its imposition technology. The Metrix team has joined EFI, including Metrix CEO and founder Rohan Holt, who is now director of EFI Metrix products.
EFI will be continuing development and customer support activities for all of Metrix’s software products. Metrix’s technology offering will also expand to serve as an integrated impositioning module for EFI’s Pace MIS. Over time, Metrix’s technology will also become integrated with EFI’s other MIS and ERP workflow offerings. EFI plans on continuing Metrix’s existing reseller and channel arrangements.
The terms of the deal were not disclosed but EFI has said that it won’t affect its Q4 or end of year 2013 results.


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