Bottomline Technologies, a provider of collaborative payment, invoice and document automation solutions, has expanded its healthcare technology suite by acquiring Logical Progression, an early stage company focused on the development of mobile document automation solutions for the healthcare industry. Logical Ink, the company’s first product, will be offered as part of Bottomline’s growing healthcare solutions portfolio.
“The team at Logical Progression has developed a truly innovative platform and we are excited to make their technology available to the market and our customers,” said Pete Heydt, director of Healthcare Sales at Bottomline Technologies. “Across our product set we are focused on developing intuitive, user friendly applications, and this acquisition advances that effort with both technology and talent.”
Bottomline also announced its acquisition of IDT, a long-time partner and reseller of Bottomline’s document automation solutions in the UK and Europe. The acquisition extends Bottomline’s market reach and adds more than 140 customers to Bottomline’s customer base.
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