Lexmark Acquires AccessVia

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Lexmark International here, a provider of printing and imaging products, announced the acquisition of Seattle-based AccessVia, a supplier of signage software used to produce retail shelf-edge materials.

Lexmark also acquired San Francisco-based Twistage, which markets a cloud software platform for managing video, audio and image content. The total acquisition price for the companies is approximately $31.5 million.

AccessVia's paper and digital signage software is used by more than 75 retailers with more than 60,000 stores, including Safeway [3], Family Dollar [4] and El Corte Ingles.

"Combining AccessVia's publishing platform with Lexmark's industry expertise allows us to deliver more powerful and compelling end-to-end solutions to our customers in their distributed retail environment," said Dean A. Sleeper, AccessVia's chief executive officer, in a statement.

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