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Data Dimensions Buys Olim, LLC
JANESVILLE, WI--(Marketwire) - Data Dimensions, a leading business process optimization (BPO) organization, announced that it has completed the acquisition of Olim, LLC, which concluded April 1, 2009. Olim, a privately-held business, headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, provides enterprise content management solutions and managed services for information technology. With the completion of the acquisition, Data Dimensions is able to combine business process management, business optimization, and service oriented architecture technologies.
"I am excited about acquiring an organization with such an impressive track record," said Jon Boumstein, President and Chief Executive Officer, Data Dimensions. "The combination of Olim's expertise and Data Dimensions' existing offerings represents an enormous opportunity that will undoubtedly expand our innovative solution offerings, improve value proposition, and create opportunities for future growth."
Mark Bush, Chairman, stated, "Data Dimensions and Olim share a common philosophy and commitment to delivering highly valued solutions to our clients. Joining our efforts creates a positive synergy that will add value to both our clients and our organizations."
"The Olim team is excited to be joining our long valued partner, Data Dimensions. Although we will continue to do business under the name Olim, the combination allows us to dramatically extend our market reach and realize our full potential," said Olim's founder, Tom Boser.
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