The two companies will combine their marketing and services efforts for
HarvestRoad’s packaged applications, like its flagship Web publishing tool,
WebPOWER. Interim will also provide training and integration services for
HarvestRoad’s clients, according to the companies.
Interim, which was previously called Computer Power Group and has an annual
turnover of AUS$300 million (US$189 million), is a subsidiary of the
AUS$6.3 billion (US$4 billion) US-based solutions provider, Interim Services.
“The boom in e-business has seen a myriad of Web publishing and Internet
tools, however, I have seen few are as innovative as those offered by
HarvestRoad,” said William Weathersby, executive VP of the strategic
solutions arm of Interim Services.