In a move that to date has attracted very little market attention, Nuance has acquired Notable Solutions (NSI). Rumors of the deal began to surface a couple weeks ago but no formal press release was issued. At this point, neither firm has provided much detail regarding the acquisition and terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
NSI is best known for its document capture, workflow, and output management solutions, and the firm has worked hard to provide seamless integration for its solutions into a host of other software applications and MFP platforms. Like Nuance, NSI partners with most of the major MFP hardware manufacturers, including Canon, HP, Konica Minolta, Kyocera, Lexmark, Ricoh, and Xerox, just to name a few.
Although few details are available, Nuance has at least confirmed the acquisition, stating that the deal with NSI has strategic importance to the firm’s long-term plans in the document capture space. Nuance positions Notable Solutions as critical to strengthening and expanding its services and offerings in this area. At this point, there are no plans to discontinue products from either side and Nuance confirms that both solutions will continue to be supported.
Read more about this acquisition and our analysis of its impact in the Workflow Analyst Corner.
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