ASI Acquires Internet Vision Technologies (IVT)
Advanced Solutions International (ASI), a leading global provider of software and services for associations and not-for-profits, announced today that it has purchased the assets of Internet Vision Technologies (IVT), a Victoria, Australia based highly respected software provider to more than 160 Australian associations and not-for-profits.
In joining forces, ASI will be able to deliver a broader range of products and services to IVT clients and other membership organisations and associations of all types and sizes. More organisations in the region will have access to the performance improvement and engagement best-practices ASI has gleaned from working with more than 4,000 clients around the world.
"IVT and ASI are a great fit — the two companies will be stronger together and can provide the very best solutions and services to the association and not-for-profit sector in Australia and New Zealand," said Paul Ramsbottom, ASI Asia-Pacific's Managing Director. "ASI is committed to expanding our presence here in the AP region and this investment further demonstrates that commitment.
The agreement will not impact clients' current use of ASI's iMIS 20 Engagement Management System (EMS)™ or IVT's Association Online, nor will it affect the high levels of service and support they have come to expect from both companies. The combined business will continue to invest in and develop both the iMIS 20 and Association Online products.
Jonathan Oxer, IVT's founder, and Ann Oxer, General Manager, will continue to play an active role in the business going forward.
"I am so proud of everything IVT has accomplished over the years and I am delighted we've found the right partner in ASI to ensure our clients are in good hands," said Jonathan Oxer. "These clients will now have access to solutions and resources that will help make them more efficient, flexible, and responsive to their members and supporters. It's a great move for us all."
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
From ASI press release 8 June 2017