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In a deal of undisclosed size, Seattle-based Hubspan has been acquired by Liaison Technologies. Atlanta-based Liason is a provider of cloud integration and data management services.

“This is an outstanding opportunity for customers, partners and our collective teams,” said Hubspan CEO Trisha Gross. “Hubspan’s technologies, services and expertise will strengthen and extend Liaison solutions, creating significant leadership and competitive advantages in this fast-growing market.”

Founded in 2000, Hubspan employs 60 people. The company will retain its Seattle office.

Hubspan declined to disclose how much it has raised over the years. In 2005, the company pulled in $13 million in funding. Investors in the company include Intel, Seapoint Ventures, Scale Venture Partners and Covera Venture Partners.

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