ENCO acquires Rushworks to integrate its software solutions into its products
ENCO, a company specialized in the development of software solutions for broadcast environments, has announced that it has acquired Rushworks. With this move, the company will integrate its automated captioning and translation services systems into Rushworks’ products.
Although the terms of the agreement are not yet public, ENCO will keep the Rushworks professionals in their positions and the founder will relocate him as sales and marketing manager for the company’s product line. Engineers from both companies will join forces to develop new solutions, they said in their communication.
“ENCO is the global leader in real-time captioning with its patented enCaption technology,” said Rush Beesley, Rushworks’ Founder. “The integration of its powerful, highly accurate captioning engine with our broadcast automation, integrated PTZ production, and courtroom production and streaming systems will ensure our mutual customers can comply with government regulations and provide critical captioning, transcription and translation services to audiences worldwide.”
“The acquisition of Rushworks adds proven technology and talent that opens the door for us to innovate and develop cohesive, integrated broadcast and AV solutions for years to come,” said Ken Frommert, president of ENCO. “They also bring strong expertise in video applications, which diversifies our software portfolio to serve a much broader array of business verticals and applications.”