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Type Private company
Industry Computer software
Founded Orem, Utah, Utah, U.S.
(1981 (1981))
Headquarters St. Paul, MN, U.S.
Employees 450-500

NEWSCYCLE Solutions, which was formed in 2013 by the combination of Digital Technology International (DTI), SAXOTECH and Atex, Inc., delivers a broad range of technology solutions for the global news media industry, including content management, digital advertising, circulation, and audience relationship management. The company is headquartered in St. Paul, MN and has US offices in Florida, Massachusetts and Utah; with international offices in Canada, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Panama, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Digital Technology International

Digital Technology International was founded in 1981 in Orem, Utah by Oldham and Associates,[1] who at the time also owned and printed a weekly newspaper, The Utah County Journal.

In June 2006, Oldham Associates sold the company [2] to private equity firm Riverside Company

In February 2007, DTI acquired Publishing Business Systems (PBS), headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota.[3]

Dan Paulus, former vice president of sales for Publishing Business Systems, and then for DTI, was named president of the company in April 2012.[4] Don Oldham, formerly CEO and president, retained his position as CEO.

In October 2012, the company acquired[5] IO Intelligence, a Lancaster, PA based business analytics software company, and long-time business partner of DTI.

In 2013, a few months after a substantial DTI layoff, Vista Equity Partners acquired DTI and its closest competitor, Saxotech. It named the resultant company NEWSCYCLE Solutions in July 2013.[6] CEO Don Oldham retired shortly thereafter. Yet another large layoff followed in short order.