|Founder||Sergio Zappella and Arthur Schmed|
The company was founded by Sergio Zappella and Arthur Schmed in 1981 as Sergio, Arthur e Compagnia.
Other relevant contributions to the technology used in espresso machines include the cappuccinatore (introduced in 1996) as well as the automatic brewing pressure adaption "SBS" (1999)  and most recently, the announcement of the bluetooth-enabled GranBaristo Avanti (2013).
The Saeco brand belongs to the Dutch electronics company Philips since July 2009. In 2017 Phillips (by phone) say they no longer sell coffee machines even though fleeting references still appear on their website. It is unclear whether they have sold Saeco or just wrapped it up
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