Mozenda, a Pleasant Grove company that markets software for the extraction and manipulation of data from the Internet, has merged with digital commerce intelligence suite, based in London. The combined entity will continue to maintain Mozenda and Dexi as distinct products and brands and will continue to operate from their respective headquarters in London and Pleasant Grove, supported by offices in Tirana, Albania, and Copenhagen, Denmark.

Combined operations will begin immediately, the company said. Financial terms of the merger were not disclosed.

“We’re excited to bring so much talent and experience together,” said Corey Young, chief operating officer of Mozenda Group, which he co-founded in 2007 with CEO Brett Haskins. “Our cultures fit together just as nicely as our product offerings. We’re both committed to moving fast and making waves and we can’t wait to get started.”

“With Mozenda and Dexi combined, we are now effectively the market leader,” said Jacob Lauvigen, Dexi founder and newly appointed CEO of the combined Mozenda Group. “This is the first organization that can truly deliver on the promise of a complete web data extraction and integration tool. I think we’ve created a juggernaut. I’m looking forward to driving our joint vision and strategy, to expand product offerings, grow the company further and to challenge new markets and leaders.”

Mozenda launched the first user interface-based, cloud-enabled web scraping tool in 2008, and provides web scraping through software licenses, on-premise installation and professional service agreements. 

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