ALISO VIEJO, CA - Telogis Inc. has acquired certain assets and substantially all of the business of Intergis, a provider of routing, mobile resource and fleet management solutions for small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs). This acquisition further positions Telogis as the fastest growing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) enterprise platform for location-based services (LBS).
“This new acquisition positions Telogis for substantial growth by allowing us to leverage our robust enterprise software platform into Intergis’ existing customer base of more than 2,000 fleets,” says Dave Cozzens, chief executive officer, Telogis. “Intergis customers will experience the enhanced benefits, broader scale, and more advanced features and functionality of the Telogis platform in conjunction with a broader suite of premium products, services and enhanced customer support.”
“Combining Intergis’ complementary portfolio of customers with Telogis’ award-winning solutions and second-to-none organic growth in the telematics market strengthens our position as one of the fastest growing and most agile companies in the industry,” adds Cozzens. “Our focus on large enterprises combined with Intergis’ focus on SMBs ensures a strong revenue stream and sure footing to pursue additional growth and expansion. We have the technology, personnel and resources to integrate acquired systems into our open platform quickly and with no disruption to customer services.”
“This acquisition will help accelerate our expansion throughout 2011. It’s an explosive market with great possibilities, and we look forward to continue driving its innovation and growth.” This is the second acquisition by Telogis in the last eight months and marks a continuing growth pattern for the company, as it has been recognized as the 14th fastest-growing private company in Orange County, Calif., by the Orange County Business Journal, as the 116th fastest growing company in North America on the Deloitte 2010 Technology Fast 500 (922.1 percent growth since 2005), and was named to its fourth straight year on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in the country (400 percent growth from 2006 to 2009).