Hyland acquires Another Monday, German-based Software Developer

WESTLAKE, Ohio — Hyland software continues to expand their portfolio with the acquisition of an another automation developing operating system.  ‘Another Monday,’ a German-based robotic process automation (RPA) software developer, was recently purchased by Hyland. “Adding RPA to Hyland’s content services platform extends and augments our low-code process automation offerings, […]

WESTLAKE, Ohio — Hyland software continues to expand their portfolio with the acquisition of an another automation developing operating system. 

‘Another Monday,’ a German-based robotic process automation (RPA) software developer, was recently purchased by Hyland.

“Adding RPA to Hyland’s content services platform extends and augments our low-code process automation offerings, enabling a next level of digital transformation to all of our customers,” said Bill Priemer, president and CEO of Hyland. “We look forward to getting to know our Another Monday colleagues, welcoming our new customers and partners to the Hyland community and incorporating this powerful technology into our existing solutions.”

“The RPA market is an exciting and challenging space with rapid growth and a vast number of possible applications that organizations can easily combine and integrate for better and more flexible business processes support,” said Hans Martens, CEO of Another Monday. “We see Hyland as the best fit to embed our RPA technology into their powerful automation platform, to truly implement easy, end-to-end automation for everyone.”

Hyland Software was established in 1991 by Packy Hyland Jr. and is located in Westlake, Ohio.

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