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Blue Loop, LLC and Yuxi Pacific, LLC Tactical Collaboration

Blue Loop, LLC, the parent company of Yuxi Pacific, announced its acquisition of XQuire, a Component Content Management System (CCMS) and multi-channel publishing platform designed to help publishers of all sizes create, manage, store, search, discover, re-use and create content in order to drive more revenue from new and existing content. It’s powerful multi-channel publishing platform easily and quickly exports the finished products to multiple formats for easy distribution, including epub, Mobi, HTML5, InDesign, PDF and XML.

XQuire’s former owner, LexParadign, and Yuxi Pacific, LLC, a CMS/CCMS software development international firm, have enjoyed a very strong and successful partnership since the product’s first release, executing several implementations of the product with industry leaders. Because of this, Yuxi Pacific, LLC is in the unique position to offer the best solution available for digital content management in the publishing industry.

“I am happy to announce that the addition of XQuire to Blue Loop’s technology portfolio will significantly enhance the value that Yuxi Pacific will be able to deliver to its customers. There are obvious and major benefits to this acquisition, including but not limited to our history of strong collaboration and partnership, our ability to leverage Yuxi’s experience with the product, our ability to work seamlessly with our customers on their digital strategy and Yuxi’s scalability to address customers of all sizes,” said José Figueroa, President & COO of Yuxi Pacific.

For his part, Bill Jarvis, President & COO of Blue Loop Capital, reiterated the strategic approach to the market: “After acquiring Yuxi Pacific, LLC in July of 2013, Blue Loop made a strategic decision to acquire XQuire. Our immediate intent is to rapidly enhance the product. Blue Loop Capital feels strongly that this acquisition and collaboration will enable Yuxi Pacific to expand the range of the solutions for current and new customers.”

Not missing a beat, a world-class team of the brightest technology minds have been assembled to manage the development of the product. Leading that group is Mr. John Zhong, a prominent Software Technologist who has been influential in the industry’s digital transformation and has developed several of the CMS products currently in the publishing industry. This new team will work very closely with our customers to identify and develop a robust, comprehensive and effective product map. A major release has preliminary been scheduled for the summer of 2014.

About Blue Loop Capital

Blue Loop Capital is a Private Equity Firm focused on acquisitions of businesses and technology that offer significant long-term growth opportunity. Blue Loop Capital is in the unique position to invest in a range of firms in several industries.

For more information about Blue Loop Capital, please visit http://blueloopcapital.com.

About Yuxi Pacific

Yuxi Pacific, LLC is an international software consulting firm founded to help customers leverage their existing intellectual property to create new products and generate new revenue. Based in the United States, with regional offices in both Asia and Latin America, Yuxi Pacific helps businesses architect software products and take them to market internationally.

For more information about Yuxi Pacific, LLC, please visit http://www.yuxipacific.com, and for more information about XQuire CCMS, please visit xquire.com.

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