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SchemaLogic, a business intelligence company whose customers include Boeing, Amgen and others, has been acquired by Smartlogic in a deal of undisclosed size. It has been a while since I’ve caught up with SchemaLogic, which raised a $12.8 million venture round from Goldman Sachs, Madrona and others in 2007.

At the time of the investment, it employed about 40 people.

In a release, Smartlogic said that the acquisition cements the company’s position “as the leading provider of enterprise grade Content Intelligence Software.” The technology helps companies control the distribution and management of documents, presentations, web pages and PDFs.

Smartlogic — with offices in the U.S. and U.K. — said in a FAQ that it plans to continue supporting the SchemaLogic products. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.


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