Massachusetts Software Firm Completes Buyout of Trubiquity
TROY (WWJ) — Massachusetts-based Rocket Software said Friday it had completed the acquisition of Troy-based software developer Trubiquity.
Rocket spokesman Richard Berman said Tribuquity’s office would remain open and all Trubiquity employees had become Rocket employees.
Rocket Software, established nearly 25 years ago, provides several hundred software products, including database administration tools, business analytics tools, and mainframe software products.
Established in 1995, Trubiquity develops managed file transfer and information software. It securely manages the exchange of approximately one million transactions every month for more than 6,500 customers in more than countries. The company’s customers are in the automotive, aerospace, manufacturing and retail industries.
Rocket said Trubiquity’s products are a strong complement to Rocket data access and integration software.
“Over the last 19 years, Trubiquity has built a reputation for delivering solutions that ensure that the right data is delivered in the right format at the right time, both within a company and between companies,” said Rocket Software president and CEO Andy Youniss. “These solutions fit well with our data access and integration offerings, and we welcome our new customers and look forward to supporting them and introducing them to the broader Rocket portfolio of products.”
Rocket Software will host two Webinars March 11 on the new technology. The times are 9 to 10 a.m. and 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern time.
Rocket is engaged in business and technology partnerships with IBM, EMC, Fujitsu, HP Enterprise Services, Hitachi Data Systems, Avaya, Epicor, and many others. The company is headquartered in Waltham, Mass., a Boston suburb.