Collaboration Software Vendor, Union Square, Acquired by Deltek
The company that offers project information and collaboration software to the engineering, architecture and construction industry, Union square, has been acquired by Deltek, the ERP software developer. This acquisition gives the consumers of Deltek the ability of leveraging and organizing all relevant information revolving around a project and also ensuring that the project teams are able to collaborate better on the data of critical projects.
This deal enables Deltek to be the system of recording all transactions and activities around managing and winning projects and to be the focal point of all information that is generated throughout the process of project management. The software of Union Square is used in 15 countries and in more than 450 companies. Deltek works in more than 12,000 AEC organizations across the globe.
In a statement by the CEO and president of Deltek, Mike Corkery said that collaborating on information and managing data in order to come up with smart decisions is very critical for successful organizations and particularly in the AEC industry. Union Square was acquired in order to meet the most important needs of engineering, architecture and construction firms of organizing the many emails, drawings, documents and other artifacts produced in the course of delivering a project successfully.
The CEO went on to say that Union Square is a company that helps in sharing passion and dedication and also in assisting AEC firms run better and deliver the on-budget projects on time to their customers. He went ahead to welcome the Union Square company on behalf of the Deltek family and said that together they will proceed to set pace in the AEC industry.
The managing director at the Union Square Software, Richard Vincent added that the organization is excited to become part of Deltek. Both organizations have got almost 50 years of experience in working together with the AEC firms in a bid to make their business run even better. The combined efforts are expected to deliver even more powerful solutions to the fast paced AEC industry. In the days ahead, we look forward to working closely.
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