Enterprise application software (EAS) providers CDC Software and Consona have merged to form company brand Aptean.
Following the merger, Aptean will deliver software to a combined 9,000 customers across its worldwide network of sales and support operations, and employ a total 1,500 staff.
Monte Ford, president of CDC Software, has been named the new Aptean president.
Prior to the union, both firms delivered software and services in areas such as CRM, enterprise resource planning and supply chain management to small and large firms in financial services, manufacturing, distribution, medical, high tech, and professional services.
Ford said in a statement: “This merger supports our business model and fits with our strategy by increasing Aptean's exposure in well-defined vertical markets. As Aptean, we look forward to further developing our relationships with the customers of both CDC and Consona.
“We are committed to protecting our customers' software application investments through continued enhancement of all our existing software platforms, while developing new products, features and delivery capabilities.”
Scott Malia, COO of Consona, said: “We're excited about the opportunity to deliver greater value and an even broader range of solutions to our customers. Both companies have an extensive history in the enterprise application software market and will combine valuable and insightful industry expertise with complementary, high quality products.”
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