The founder of the plano business, Robert Schüler, will join Interflex, helping ensure a smooth integration and driving progress of the AWFM software business strategy.
“This acquisition will be a natural evolution for plano, providing important capital, scale and demand generation resources,” Schüler said. “Our longstanding relationship with Interflex will support an efficient transition that benefits our customers and builds on our mutual reputations of both quality and excellence.”
The agreement to acquire plano follows another recent investment in Interflex’s AWFM business – Allegion’s 2021 acquisition of assets of Astrum Benelux B.V. (Belgium) and WorkforceIT B.V. (the Netherlands).
Terms of the plano transaction were not disclosed.
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