Allegion Acquires Two European Software Firms

Allegion plc, a leading global security products and solutions provider, has acquired, through its subsidiaries, certain assets of Astrum Benelux B.V. (Belgium) as well as privately held WorkforceIT B.V. (the Netherlands).

Astrum Benelux B.V. and WorkforceIT B.V. are well-established and reputable workforce management technology companies in the Benelux region of Europe. Astrum Benelux B.V. is a long-standing sales, distribution and development partner for both Allegion and its leading European workforce management brand, Interflex.

Astrum Benelux B.V. and WorkforceIT B.V. serve as authorized Benelux region resellers of Interflex’s SP-Expert software, a modern and flexible advanced workforce management solution that allows users to schedule and deploy employees to the right place at the right time.

Tim Eckersley, senior vice president of Allegion International said this acquisition builds additional momentum for Allegion’s vision of seamless access and a safer world, while also supporting the growth of Interflex and its workforce management solutions.

“We’re excited to announce this acquisition, as it complements Interflex’s cloud and mobile solutions and software-as-a-service (SaaS) capabilities, as well as Allegion’s overall technical and commercialization strengths,” Eckersley said. “We expect this to create additional growth for our workforce management portfolio while also accelerating seamless access. Under General Manager Bernhard Sommer’s leadership, our software expertise and the opportunities to serve our Interflex and Simonsvoss customers as their ‘partner of choice’ continues to expand.”

WorkforceIT B.V. CEO Bruno Hermans will support Allegion in the transition and in the advancement of Interflex’s software strategy. He said the acquisition adds value and new opportunities for both current and future customers.

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