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Our new relationship with JDM carries on the legacy of MPulse founders Steve Brous and Gil Achterhof. Our choice to partner with JDM was based on a mutual commitment to our customers and employees.
EUGENE, OR, April 06, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- MPulse Maintenance Software, a division of SpecTech, Inc., announced today that it has been acquired by JDM Technology Group, a leading provider of software solutions for the global construction industry. As of April 1, 2017, MPulse Maintenance Software became MPulse Software, Inc., a JDM Technology Group company.
The acquisition will position the companies to lead the maintenance management software industry in providing reliable scheduling, tracking, and reporting tools for equipment and facilities maintenance organizations. The transaction closed on March 31, 2017, after approval by the SpecTech board of directors and stockholders. GT Securities acted as financial advisor to SpecTech on the deal.
MPulse will continue to operate under its own brand with its existing headquarters staff based in Eugene, Ore., and additional sales offices in Colorado, Delaware, Indiana, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The company will also continue to provide products and services through its reseller network in Dubai, Indonesia, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia. MPulse founders Steve Brous and Gil Achterhof will retire, and MPulse President Jason Johnson and CTO Randall Brous will remain in their current roles to lead the organization.
"Our new relationship with JDM carries on the legacy of MPulse founders Steve Brous and Gil Achterhof," Johnson said. "Our choice to partner with JDM was based on a mutual commitment to our customers and employees. Our strong presence in the maintenance software industry, coupled with JDM's expertise in the construction industry, will further expand our ability to make maintenance operations more productive and efficient for customers around the world."
"This acquisition strengthens and extends MPulse's ability to provide industry-leading CMMS software products and services to our customers worldwide," said Randall Brous. "We look forward to leveraging JDM's global scale to expand well beyond the 24 countries we currently serve. JDM is a company that shares our commitment to developing the best possible solutions on the most robust technology available, including our emerging Internet of Things (IoT) solutions."
Founded by Steve Brous and Gil Achterhof in 1995 as a division of SpecTech, Inc., MPulse is a provider of maintenance management software developed by experts in maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) and facility management. For the past 22 years, MPulse's world-class solutions have provided reliable planning, scheduling, tracking, and reporting tools for thousands of equipment and facilities maintenance teams in over 100 industries.
Having acquired numerous companies since 2004, JDM Technology Group has established a proven strategy for integrating acquired companies into its existing infrastructure. "Our Buy and Build strategy ensures that customers continue to have access to the best technology globally," said JDM CEO Jim McFarlane. "And by retaining the MPulse staff and organization, customers will continue to receive service and support from the people they know by name. At JDM, we do not end-of-life any products, allowing customers to continue with their preferred software. This strategy creates strong growth and enables the JDM Group to continue to be an excellent home for leading software companies."
About MPulse Software, Inc.
To thousands of customers around the world, MPulse Means Maintenance Success. Founded in 1995, MPulse is now part of the JDM Technology Group. MPulse is a provider of maintenance management software developed by experts in maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) and facility management. Their world-class solutions provide reliable scheduling, tracking, and reporting tools for equipment and facilities maintenance organizations. MPulse serves more than 2,500 customers in 24 countries and maintains offices in Colorado, Delaware, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
MPulse's mission is to make maintenance operations more productive and more efficient, whatever their size. Current clients range from small maintenance shops in public schools, restaurants, and retail outlets to large maintenance departments in global enterprises like General Dynamics, Fender Guitars, Siemens, and Verizon. With their easy-to-use EAM/CMMS software, the company's customers reduce maintenance expenses, minimize downtime, extend equipment life, and boost productivity throughout their organizations. For more information, visit www.mpulsesoftware.com.
About JDM Technology Group
JDM Technology Group is a global software business focused on delivering business software systems for the architecture, engineering, and construction industries with over 50,000 users served in 40 countries on 6 continents, employing 300 staff. The JDM Technology Group's core business philosophy is long-term commitment to customer service coupled with providing the best possible solutions to customers. JDM Technology Group companies include Computer Guidance Corporation (North America), ConEst (North America), CSSP (Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong), Explorer Software (North, Central, and South America), Integrity Software Systems (UK and Ireland), LEVESYS (Australia), MPulse Software (North America), RedSkyIT (UK and Middle East), and Vision InfoSoft (North America). For more information, visit www.jdmtechnologygroup.com.
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