February 9, 2015 Last Updated 2:32 pm

Aysling expanding beyond representing Adobe and WoodWing, partners with CRM software company Juggernaut

Aysling will own, manage, and sell the Customer Relationship Management software that Juggernaut develops

Press Release:

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – February 9, 2015 — Aysling, in conjunction with Juggernaut LLC, is pleased to announce a merger between the two Ann Arbor technology companies, effective immediately.

On the cusp of its 10th anniversary, Aysling is branching out beyond selling and managing Adobe and WoodWing digital publishing software solutions and digital media production services and into a partnership with Juggernaut where Aysling will own, manage, and sell the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software that Juggernaut develops.

Jaggernaut-logo“This is Aysling’s first opportunity to own a product and we couldn’t be more enthusiastic. We’ve worked closely with the folks at Juggernaut for years and the merger is a perfect syncing of the two companies,” said Patrick Becker, president and CEO of Aysling. “Aysling’s expertise in project management and sales is a great complement to Juggernaut’s development expertise, and vice versa.”

Commercialized in 2013, Juggernaut develops two products: MagHub, a full-service magazine publishing tool with robust CRM capabilities, and Juggernaut CRM, a CRM tool built for small to medium businesses of all types. Juggernaut CRM is a brand new product and is being released to the market today at www.jcrm.com. Both products are in the cloud and sold on a subscription basis. Juggernaut’s publishing clients include Cities West Publishing, MetroParent Magazine, i5, Moffly Media, Werner, and more.

“As we introduce Juggernaut CRM to the marketplace, the merger with Aysling is perfect timing,” said Rudy Pataro, president of Juggernaut. “Both the MagHub and Juggernaut CRM products will benefit from added sales support and potential cross-sell opportunities to Aysling’s customer base. We’re proud of the work we’ve done on Juggernaut CRM and are excited to have Aysling’s support going forward.”

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