Founding of Sefas in Paris, France
Release of the commercial software suite branded Open Print and Studio, the first Sefas commercial offering for document composition.
Sefas introduces “Remake”, a post-composition product enabling companies to enhance legacy applications.
Market expansion as Sefas opens a field office in the United States and acquires Fraser Williams in the United Kingdom. Fraser Williams adds process automation and control to the Sefas suite.
Sefas introduces MiddleOffice, the first collaborative composition platform.
Sefas introduces expanded document composition features catering to distributed users and ad hoc correspondence with the release of Front Office.
Sefas launches Open Print Producer
La Poste Group becomes the majority shareholder of Sefas
Sefas launches BackOffice, a post composition product for distributed user groups featuring object-oriented design, advanced GUI and central repository features of Sefas composition.
Launch of Open Print V7. Open Print Designer released, integrating functionality from MiddleOffice, BackOffice and FrontOffice into a single user interface and common architecture. La Poste acquires Sefas.
André Vital appointed CEO of Sefas.
New offices open in Spain and Germany. Sefas acquires eLetterMail to add a hybrid mail solution to its portfolio. Sefas triples US staff professional services staff to match the demands of new customer engagements.
Sefas launches new website in North America and trademarks the term “Enterprise Communication Factory” to better reflect the broad scope of customer communications management (CCM) functionality supported by Sefas solutions.