Thursday, December 04, 2014
Austin, Texas, December 4, 2014 / Business Ink, Company (Business Ink) proudly announces its acquisition of Cash Cycle Solutions (CCS) from Frontier Capital, and is merging the capabilities and services of both organizations, enabling more client focused, full-service business communications, multi-channel, and data-driven marketing solutions.
Business Ink, founded in 1986, uses innovative technology to produce sensitive and time-critical business communications which are distributed both digitally and through the postal system. Business Ink serves state and local government, healthcare, professional business services, agencies, and financial services.
CCS, originally formed in 1978, provides a broad base of transactional communication solutions distributed through multiple channels of delivery to many industries including utility, government, telecom, payroll, legal, banks, credit unions and insurance companies.
Both Business Ink and CCS are known as providers of innovative outsourcing communications solutions and document management services with strong client loyalty.
CCS has facilities in Charlotte, NC and San Diego, CA and Business Ink's facilities are in Austin and Fort Worth, TX. The combined company provides a true national footprint for production and distribution, allowing our clients to reach all locations in the United States with significant speed. Both Business Ink and CCS utilize secure and certified facilities, ensuring complete peace - of - mind for our clients/customers' private and sensitive information.
Susan Goodwin, President of Business Ink, summed up the merger perfectly, "This adds to a company that is financially strong with world class technology. Our clients will continue to benefit from our investments in innovative solutions to meet the dynamics of their business communications needs. Our clients can depend on an even better experience from the talent we have from the combined organizations."
"Business Ink and CCS have a common connection through related interests and business goals," said CCS President Kelly Choate. "The move to bring CCS and Business Ink together is creating many new and exciting opportunities and expanded services for our clients. By combining our experience, expertise, resources, and knowledge, we are now able to provide that 'next level' of service to our clients and, as equally important, their customers."
Berkery Noyes served as exclusive strategic and financial advisor to Business Ink in this transaction.
SOURCE: Business Ink