First acquisition by Human Solutions and assyst
The first joint sales cooperation between assyst and Human Solutions results in the acquisition of a new customer: the JK Defence & Security Products GmbH
25.08.2010For the first time, Human Solutions and assyst have combined forces to acquire a new customer - the JK Defence & Security GmbH of Kempen, Germany.
The company is a specialist equipment supplier for military personnel and security installations. JK Defence works in close cooperation with end users to develop customer-specific solutions for tactical items and apparel.
In future, solutions from one source will encompass JK Defence’s entire production chain, from product development to sales solutions - and the solutions will be flanked by 3D body scanners for body measurement. For the first time ever, an integrated overall solution addressing processes all the way from scanning to pattern construction and fit visualization (with vidya) will be delivered and installed.
Human Solutions will provide 3D body scanning solutions for the contact-free, three-dimensional scanning of the human body and the automatic calculation of body dimensions - plus INTAILOR, a superbly efficient infrastructure for the electronic processing of orders.
assyst will complement this by providing the solutions for computer-assisted pattern construction, the individualized adaptation of patterns and 3D avatars (based on the body scanning data) for 3D simulation and fit visualization.
Together, Human Solutions and assyst can offer all the services necessary for integration, installation and training.
“This acquisition - the first achieved by the combined efforts of assyst and Human Solutions - confirms our belief that our two companies together possess a powerful synergy effect, one which can create a great deal of added value for our customers when properly utilized”, said Dr. Andreas Seidl, Managing Director of the Human Solutions Company and assyst. “We are also delighted to have acquired JK Defence as a new customer. The company is from the defense technology and security sector, a branch which has outstanding prospects for the future”, Dr. Seidl concluded.