Telogis Inc., the platform for location intelligence, announces the acquisition of Navtrak — a leader in mobile resource and fleet management solutions. Along with the company’s organic growth rate, this latest acquisition further positions Telogis as the fastest-growing enterprise Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of location-based intelligence solutions, according to the company.
“This acquisition broadens our customer portfolio with greater reach into small- and mid-sized markets, and complements our strong organic growth with large enterprises and OEM channels,” said Dave Cozzens, CEO, Telogis. “Our robust, scalable platform allows us to quickly integrate acquisitions, and we continue to pursue opportunities such as this that are advantageous for our business and customers.”
Telogis provides enterprise SaaS applications to manage mobile workers and assets. The company’s strength is built upon an open platform approach that provides advanced solutions to manage every aspect of the mobile workforce.
“Navtrak’s customers will now experience the benefits of a powerful location platform of SaaS applications, including Telogis Fleet, Telogis Route, Telogis Progression, Telogis Mobile and Telogis Navigation,” Cozzens said. “This acquisition further accelerates our aggressive expansion plans for 2012. There is a large global market to address with our platform of SaaS applications, and we look forward to continuing to drive its innovation and growth.”
This acquisition represents a continuing growth trend for Telogis, which has appeared on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies for five consecutive years and has been named to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 for four consecutive years. The company has been honored as one of the best workplaces in the region, and forged a partnership in 2011 that made Telogis the exclusive SaaS solution for Ford Motor Co.’s Crew Chief commercial vehicle telematics system.
To learn more about Telogis, visit www.telogis.com or call toll free at 866-TELOGIS (866-835-6447).
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