JDM Technology Group today announced the acquisition of TeamWORKS Solutions, a leading provider of maintenance management software based in Raleigh, NC. JDM is a global software business that has over 150,000 users in the construction and maintenance vertical markets. With this acquisition, the company strengthens its footprint in the CMMS sector, as TeamWORKS becomes the fourth maintenance management software company in the JDM portfolio.
TeamWORKS has been providing maintenance management software to school districts, universities, hospitals, convenience stores, local governments and commercial clients since 2002. Their intense customer focus has been a source of pride for the company for nearly 20 years, resulting in a highly customizable, user-friendly CMMS solution.
“Joining JDM Technology Group was the right decision for us. Not only does it ensure the long-term stability of the TeamWORKS business, but it will also be a good home for our customers and our employees. That was very important to us,” said Craig Drouillard, founder of TeamWORKS. “It creates meaningful long-term benefits for the business, giving TeamWORKS access to JDM’s global resources and industry expertise.”
JDM Technology Group is known for its customer focus and commitment to creating exceptional software solutions for the construction industry and built environment. A unique aspect of their strategy is to never end-of-life their software, so customers can always choose their preferred solution.
“We have incredible respect and admiration for the success TeamWORKS has achieved thus far and we have structured this transaction to ensure that the business will have the right mix of independence and support to continue building on their success,” explains David McFarlane, Vice-President of Corporate Development at JDM. TeamWORKS will retain its unique brand and staff, so customers will continue working with the same people that they are used to. TeamWORKS will be combining with the resources of MPulse Software, a JDM Technology Group company based in Eugene, OR, with which TeamWORKS shares a similar customer and product focus. Randy Brous, President of MPulse Software, will lead TeamWORKS and oversee day-to-day operations of both TeamWORKS and MPulse. The business will fall under JDM’s maintenance software division, headed by Jason Johnson, VP of Maintenance Software.
TeamWORKS is a leading provider of maintenance management software. Since 2002, they have been helping school districts, universities, hospitals, convenience stores, municipalities, local governments and commercial clients across the United States improve their maintenance management operations.
For more information about TeamWORKS, visit http://teamworkslive.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 150,000 users served in 40 countries on 7 continents, employing over 500 staff. The JDM Technology Group’s core business philosophy is a long-term commitment to customer service coupled with providing the best possible solutions to customers. JDM Technology Group companies include Computer Guidance Corporation, ConEst Software, Explorer Software, IndustrySmarts, JOBPOWER, MicroMain Corporation, MPulse Software, EPAC, and Vision InfoSoft in North America; CSSP, CostCon, LEVESYS, Nimbus, and Plusfactor in Australasia; and Estimate, Integrity, RedSkyIT, and Rendra in the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
For more information about the JDM Technology Group, visit: http://www.jdmtechnologygroup.com