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MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
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Telogis expands service platform with acquisition

Telogis is working with Maptuit for commercial navigation services

by Kirsti CorreaPublished: April 02, 2012 07:35 AM

Aliso Viejo-based Telogis, provider of location-based intelligence solutions, has acquired commercial navigation technologies firm Maptuit, to keep up with the industry’s use of location-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions.

“The commercial navigation technologies that Maptuit has revolutionized will enhance all of the applications on our platform — route planning, navigation, execution analytics — and position our company to best handle the growing location intelligence needs of companies worldwide,” said Telogis President Newth Morris. “This acquisition complements the Telogis platform with a unique set of high-value capabilities that allow companies to dramatically transform their operations, improve safety and lower operating costs.”

Telogis’ line of services includes GPS-based fleet management, work order management, routing and navigation. By integrating Maptuit technology directly into the Telogis platform, the local company expects to improve the safety of route operation and implement an advanced location-based service engine that receives feedback on road conditions and physical restrictions.

Telogis is considered one of the fastest-growing private companies in Orange County by the Orange County Business Journal due in part to its fifth acquisition in three years.

“This acquisition adds a new dimension to our platform,” Morris said. “With these advances, Telogis further differentiates itself in the market by providing the most comprehensive suite of location intelligence solutions on a single platform.”


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