TACOMA, Wash. – Marine software provider Paulson Computer Systems has acquired the assets of the Columbus, Ohio-based software company Ferguson Logistics, the company reported in a recent statement.
The acquisition includes Ferguson Logistics’ customer base and flagship software system known as InvenTrakk, which is the business management system of hundreds of U.S. dealerships and users in the power equipment, power sports and marine industries, according to Paulson.
“Paulson Computer Systems felt that we could greatly benefit from the technical strides and development that Ferguson Logistics has been able to bring to the business management arena, said David Bledsoe, marketing director for Paulson. “The technology and software acquired in the transaction will ensure that Paulson and Ferguson customers alike will have powerful, feature packed, simple to use software systems far into the future. “
As part of the acquisition, Ferguson Logistics Chief Technical Officer Matt Ferguson has joined the Paulson team and will fill the new role of Software Architect for the company to oversee all future software design and development. Paulson is an employee-owned corporation.
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