Pulse Microsystems has become part of the Tajima Group with the new company Tajima Software Solutions Inc. (TSS) in Toronto, Canada. Photo: Tajima Group.

Tajima Group announced last week that it has acquired Pulse Microsystems Ltd. and established the new company Tajima Software Solutions Inc. (TSS) in Toronto, Canada.

Pulse’s workflow and personalization automation software for embroidery, print, and engraving has transformed the production processes and ecommerce offerings of the biggest global brands in sportswear, fashion, workwear, and gifts, as well as small and medium sized companies. Automating on-demand and personalized decoration of products of all types using any machine brand and any decoration technique has enabled these customers to scale their businesses profitably and sustainably.

Comprehensive solution

“Our vision of providing comprehensive solutions to the product decorating market depends on integrating world-class software technology with our world-class hardware engineering. Pulse’s advanced workflow technologies, cloud platform, and its embroidery, vector and image processing engines enables the Tajima Group to develop new intelligent machine functionality, and Industry 4.0 with IoT connectivity.”, said Hidetoshi Kojima, CEO of the Tajima Group.

“We are excited to join the Tajima team and participate in its vision of transforming the product decorating industry with innovative solutions elevating scalability and sustainability. Pulse has partnered with Tajima for more than 20 years in the development of its advanced embroidery software technologies. Together, Tajima and Pulse are executing on our shared vision of providing innovative complete solutions for product decorators.” said Tas Tsonis, the Managing Director of TSS. Tas, along with Brian Goldberg and Claude Vlandis will continue to drive the technology vision at TSS/Pulse.