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Zywave Acquires FutureOffice Network

MILWAUKEE, WI, MAY 27, 2014 – Zywave, Inc. (“Zywave”), a leading provider of insurance software solutions, announced today that it has completed the purchase of the FutureOffice Network (“FON”) applications and the assets of the parent company, Davidson Marketing Group (“DMG”). Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Both Zywave and FON offer value-added technology solutions to help insurance brokers grow and maintain business.

Craig Davidson, founder of DMG, will be devoting more of his time to his other professional loves — teaching business at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee and developing more industry thought and debate through his monthly column in Employee Benefit Adviser magazine. Davidson said, “Selling the FON tools to Zywave felt right to me, and with the inspired direction at Zywave, it will be a good home for our brokers and their employer clients.”

Commenting on the acquisition of FON, David O’Brien, Chief Executive Officer of Zywave stated, “Zywave is excited to welcome more than forty agencies into our partner network. We view this growth as an opportunity to help more brokers win business using our tools.”

About Zywave

Zywave is the leading provider of software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology solutions for the employee benefits and P&C insurance distribution industry. The company’s solutions include technology-enabled content and communication, agency automation, and business intelligence and analytics, designed to help insurance brokers of all sizes gain profitable market share. More than 2,700 clients, including 93 of the top 100 U.S. insurance firms, use Zywave’s proven solutions to help them differentiate from the competition, enhance client services, improve efficiencies and achieve organic growth. For additional information, visit

About Craig J. Davidson

Mr. Craig J. Davidson, CEBS, founded Davidson Marketing Group, LLC, in 2004 and the FutureOffice Network. Davidson is also on the faculty at the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He is also a popular monthly columnist for Employee Benefits Adviser magazine.

Carlin Sewell