Thursday, 7 September 2017

Sencha Acquired by IDERA, Inc.

From Sencha:

Exciting News: Sencha Acquired by IDERA, Inc.

I’m very pleased to announce that Sencha has been acquired by IDERA, Inc. Sencha will become part of IDERA’s Developer Tools business, combining Embarcadero’s award-winning RAD Studio portfolio with Sencha’s Ext JS framework, Sencha Test and ExtReact. This product portfolio will provide powerful solutions for developers to reduce the cost and complexity of developing and delivering enterprise applications across multiple device types. 


For those of you who aren’t familiar with IDERA, they deliver B2B software productivity tools that enable technical users to do more with less — from database administrators, to database and application developers, to test management teams. IDERA, Inc. brands span three business units evangelized by millions of community members and more than 50,0000 customers worldwide, including more than 90% of the Fortune 500.

Continuing to Serve You

The IDERA and Sencha teams will be working together to ensure a seamless transition. Your contacts at Sencha will continue to work with you, and all of our customers and partners can continue to do business as usual. Our top priority is you and your continued success. 
To learn more, read the press release. If you have questions, please contact us.
Written by 
Art is CEO of Sencha and has deep operational expertise across sales, marketing, product development, services, and support. Prior to Sencha, he was CEO of Cordys where he transformed the Netherlands-based software company into a BPM PaaS and Cloud Provisioning provider and successfully led its acquisition by OpenText. Before that, he was President of MontaVista Software, breaking into non-traditional Linux markets such as automotive infotainment systems and aerospace controls. Art has led sales and services organizations in the Asia Pacific/Japan territory with Documentum, Cadence, and General DataComm. Art also served 27 years in the US Air Force and Air Force Reserves, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel.

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