Surecomp, a wholesale banking solutions provider, has acquired Hamburg-based Dialog Orientierte Software (DOS), a long-established German banking software vendor.
DOS founders, Jochen Oberländer and Klaus Schmelzeisen, will remain with the company and take on new expanded roles within the Surecomp organisation.
Surecomp chairman, Joel Koschitzky said: “Surecomp and DOS both share an entrepreneurial spirit and a heritage of innovation and creativity. We are both fully committed to our employees and our customers. This is a unique opportunity to continue that spirit and to leverage the combined operations. There is tremendous synergy between our organisations and professionals. “
DOS will be renamed Surecomp DOS and remain in its Hamburg and Cologne offices.
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