InfoTrust Group, an Irvine, Calif.-based information management firm, has acquired Boulder consulting and systems integration firm Flatirons Solutions, officials announced Monday.

The financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

The acquisition comes in the midst of a growth spurt for InfoTrust Group, which now adds an established consulting firm to its core business of documentation and content management products for the publishing and aerospace sectors.

"It was time for us to make the next step and develop a strong consulting arm," said Geoffrey Godet, president and chief executive officer of InfoTrust Group.

Being under the wings of InfoTrust gives Flatirons Solutions an expanded geographic reach and will allow the combined firm to broaden product offerings in sectors such as government, said Greg Beserra, Flatirons Solutions' co-founder and president of content technology.

"We'll look to bring content management (technology) further into the government space," he said.

InfoTrust, which has a 50-person office in Superior, will maintain Flatirons Solutions' 50-person Boulder office, Beserra said.

"We would like to cohabitate over time," he said, noting the intention would be to have a combined office in Boulder County.

Both InfoTrust and Flatirons Solutions have about three years left on the leases for their local offices, he said.

In addition to its office in Boulder, Flatirons Solutions has locations in Washington, D.C., and London.

InfoTrust has offices in Phoenix; Austin, Texas; Paris and Shanghai.

The combined firm has 350 employees.

Flatirons Solutions was founded in 2001 by former IBM Corp. employees. The company's services spanned web-based content management and air traffic control management.

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