Airclic, AirVersent merge

Software provider Airclic has merged its mobile supply chain management and logistics operations with AirVersent, a provider of visibility and control within supply chains. The new company will operate under the Airclic name and offer Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products that automate the supply chain and logistics operations. The new company will have more than 270 customers

Software provider Airclic has merged its mobile supply chain management and logistics operations with AirVersent, a provider of visibility and control within supply chains. The new company will operate under the Airclic name and offer Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products that automate the supply chain and logistics operations. The new company will have more than 270 customers.

“This merger puts Airclic in a prime position to capitalize on the increasing demand for mobile software products that automate business processes for improved accountability, efficiencies, productivity and overall competitive advantage,” said Jeanine Sterling, senior industry analyst, Frost and Sullivan.

Airclic CEO Rick Pontin will remain as CEO with AirVersent’s CEO & founder Michael Lee serving as president. Corporate headquarters will be located in Trevose, PA, with additional operations in Owings Mills, MD, and London, England.

“Our merger represents the union of two powerhouses in the mobile software industry that have a shared commitment to address the exploding mobile supply chain and logistics needs of enterprises both large and small,” said Pontin. “The new Airclic is the industry leader in delivering feature rich products that deliver rapid, hard ROI for our customers.”

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