The Swedish Internet Foundation is buying the majority in the software company MetaSolutions, which has developed EntryScape to help companies and organizations to publish and manage linked and open data.

For more than 20 years, The Swedish Internet Foundation has been working to promote the development of the internet through various initiatives. In the field of open data, The Swedish Internet Foundation has financed and run a number of development and collaboration projects to positively affect the possibility of improving the roll-out of open data in Sweden.

Through the acquisition, The Swedish Internet Foundation gives MetaSolutions an opportunity to grow and further develop its operations and services to the market.

– The deal gives us completely different muscles to expand and continue to develop our software to help more companies and organizations collect, manage and publish open data, says Eric Hjelmestam, CEO of MetaSolutions AB, and adds:

– We have worked with The Swedish Internet Foundation for many years and we share the vision of working for an open internet, everywhere, all the time.

The Swedish Internet Foundation is an independent, business-driven and non-profit organization. They work for an internet that contributes positively to people and society.