Technology providers Airclic, AirVersent merge

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Updated Jul 15, 2010

Airclic, a global provider of software products designed to improve the performance of mobile supply chain management and logistics operations, and AirVersent, a provider of products designed to enhance visibility and control across the mobile supply chain, on Tuesday, July 13, announced the successful merger of the two companies. Terms were not released.

Operating under the Airclic brand, the newly formed organization will provide SaaS-based products designed to automate mobile supply chain and logistics operations for global enterprises. Airclic says the merger adds domain expertise, multiple technology patents and a substantial channel partner program.

Operational integration of the two organizations is under way, with Airclic Chief Executive Officer Rick Pontin remaining as CEO and Michael Lee, AirVersent’s CEO and founder, serving as president. The company’s corporate headquarters are located in Trevose, Pa., with operations in Owings Mills, Md., and London.

The companies say their collaboration is anchored with a broad set of global customers across multiple industries, including courier/3PL, food distribution, retail distribution, clinical laboratory services, medical supplies distribution, transportation and facilities management. Airclic says its products serve more than 270 customers in 20 countries in 15 different languages.