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Indy company acquires government web portal business

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INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — Indianapolis-based Schneider Geospatial LLC has acquired the AccuGlobe Internet product and local government web portal business of Digital Data Technologies Inc. in Ohio. The company, which provides e-government services, says the AccuGlobe Internet product team and its clients will continue under the Schneider Geospatial umbrella.

AccuGlobe Internet is a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software platform that provides web portals for local governments. Schneider says the AccuGlobe product team will operate as an integrated business serving more than 600 local government clients in 28 states. 

Schneider adds the acquisition also expands its Ohio client base to include more than half of the state.

DDTI primarily assists local governments with transitions to Next General 9-1-1 systems. President Ron Cramer says the acquisition will allow DDTI to focus more on that mission.

“DDTI’s role in assisting with the transition from E9-1-1 systems to the robust capabilities of Next Generation 9-1-1 has become an important focus for the company,” Cramer said. “As our resources became more aligned with this line of business, we wanted to ensure our long-term web portal customers would continue to have access to industry leading solutions. This acquisition brings new opportunities for both Schneider Geospatial and DDTI.”

Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.


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