Cyncly Acquires Mozaik

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Cyncly establishes a prominent position in the North American custom cabinet market with the addition of Mozaik Software

Cyncly, a leading global provider of end-to-end software and content solutions to the spaces for living industry, has completed the acquisition of Mozaik Software (“Mozaik”), a leading software provider for the custom cabinet market.

Mozaik provides software solutions tailored to custom cabinet shops, enabling the creation of cabinets, closets and casework with ease and efficiency. The product suite covers the entire process from design to manufacture and is CNC-machine ready. The team at Mozaik is equipped with decades of experience in the cabinetmaking industry and have developed solutions driven by customer needs and simplicity. This has resulted in strong brand loyalty and consistently high growth.

The acquisition expands Cyncly’s global coverage of the spaces for living ecosystem by complementing our existing solution suite in the kitchen, bathroom and furniture manufacturing segment and establishes a strong presence in the North American custom cabinet market. As part of Cyncly, Mozaik will benefit from a world-class global platform across customer success, go-to-market functions and research & development. Together, this will ensure all customers receive a best-in-class offering with innovative products and dedicated service. 

“Since 2005, our mission has been to make software and a CNC machine as common place as a table saw in the custom cabinet shop. Today, Mozaik is one of the most recognisable software brands on the market sold to more than 12,000 shops worldwide. We have joined the Cyncly team to further grow and develop Mozaik for the benefit of our customers and industry. We see enormous value in being part of this worldwide leader and are really excited about what the future brings working together,” says Roger D. Taylor, President of Mozaik. 

Joerg Jung, CEO of Cyncly added “We are inspired to provide customers with the ultimate platform to make spaces amazing. The addition of Mozaik’s end-to-end solution, which is underpinned by deep functionality, ease of use and accessibility for customers of all sizes, significantly expands our offering to the custom cabinet market. We are excited to unlock the potential of this combination alongside the talented team at Mozaik.”

About Cyncly

Cyncly was created in September of 2022 as the new brand to unite Compusoft, 2020 and their affiliate companies after their merger in 2021. The combined group created a global software powerhouse with over 2,300 employees and 70,000+ customers across 100+ countries. Cyncly brings together more than 35 years of industry experience to provide specialized visualisation, sales, manufacturing and content solutions for customers to bring spaces to life and bring life to spaces. Their business spans across kitchen, bathroom, furniture, flooring and windows, doors & glass industries with operations in North America, Europe, South America, Asia Pacific and Africa.

Compusoft, 2020, Promob, Focco, 3CAD, FeneTech, Soft Tech, First Degree Systems, Access IT (contract ERP), M3B, GO-2B, RFMS, and Virtual Worlds are Cyncly brands which bring together end-to-end solutions to help everyone in the value chain make their work and the outcomes for their customers amazing.

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About Mozaik

Mozaik provides an award-winning software suite to the custom cabinet industry. The company launched in 2005 with a mission to change the way software was bought and sold in the cabinet industry. After years of research and development the core product portfolio was released in 2012 with a focus on complete functionality, simplicity and accessibility for all customers. Today, the solutions enhance the custom cabinet process end-to-end including job site planning, design, manufacturing and running CNC routers with applications for labeling, cutting, and assembling. 

The Mozaik team consists of over 20 team members operating out of the Corporate Office location in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and various remote locations throughout North America.

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