Access Group increases cloud footprint with acquisition of TeamSeer

Simon Holloway

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Published: 27th April, 2013
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On April 18th, Access Group acquired the SaaS-based staff planner and team management solution, TeamSeer, thus increasing their aCloud subsrriber base. This makes Access's ninth acquisition in recent months.

TeamSeer automates the absence management process, providing online staff planner and team management software, giving line managers and staff visibility of their teams. TeamSeer, which has won software satisfaction awards for two years running in both the SME and enterprise categories, has a straightforward web-based scheduling and synchronisation with Microsoft Outlook calendars.

Chris Bayne, CEO for Access, commented, "TeamSeer will be integrated into our fast growing Access aCloud platform as we continue to expand its functionality and increase the ability for customers to collaborate, communicate and manage their business at all levels. Adding such an established player in the HR space to our SaaS portfolio is truly a great asset. TeamSeer provides a significant step change for SMEs moving away from paper-based and Microsoft Excel systems or for blue chip clients integrating to HR products of large-scale vendors such as SAP or Oracle. It is the perfect addition to our software portfolio."

Peter Wake, founder of TeamSeer, commented, "This is an exciting move for both companies and is the perfect springboard to take TeamSeer to the next level in its evolution. Now we'll be able to harness the resources of Access Group, cementing an exciting future for our product. This is a great day for us and for our customers alike."

Access Group has been extremely active in acquisition market increasing their capabilities to provide an effective ERP solution for SMEs with the ability to work in the Cloud and support social and mobile ERP initiatives.

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