Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Chuck Soder.
The 70 people who work for Knotice are now part of another marketing technology company, one that should help the Akron-based software provider make the most of a big opportunity.
Knotice has been acquired by IgnitionOne, a company based in New York City with about 350 employees. Terms were not disclosed.
The deal should give Knotice — which years ago received financing from JumpStart, a Cleveland nonprofit that provides assistance to local entrepreneurs — the resources to capitalize on a sudden boost in demand for the company’s technologies, according to president and CEO Brian Deagan, who will continue on in a management role with the combined business.
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Originally Published Monday, March 24, 2014.