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July 17, 2006 at 10:55 AM

Microsoft acquires Softricity

Microsoft said today it has completed its acquisition of Softricity, a Boston company whose software is designed to make it easier for large companies to manage programs for Windows. The companies did not disclose any financial terms of the deal.

The acquisition was initially announced on May 22. Softricity is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft.

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