Routeware Global Acquires Core Computing Solutions

The acquisition adds billing and route management software to a suite that includes route optimization, in-truck computers and video recording services.

Waste360 Staff, Staff

February 12, 2020

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Routeware Global Acquires Core Computing Solutions

Routeware, Inc., a provider of “smart-city” fleet automation solutions for waste haulers and municipalities, announced its acquisition of Core Computing Solutions, Inc. (CCS), a provider of billing and route management systems for waste management companies.

The purchase of CCS, based in Jacksonville, Fla., expands Routeware’s portfolio of solutions that provide integrated end-to-end automation of municipal and private waste fleet operations.

“In addition to a shared zeal for quality solutions and exceptional customer service, CCS and Routeware already share a seamless data connection between products,” said Routeware CEO Tom Malone in a statement. “Unlike some companies who cannot say when or if acquired products will ever interconnect, we offer products that already work together.”

“Our team is very excited to form this union with Routeware and the portfolio of ‘best-in-class’ products it brings to our clients,” said CCS CEO Nate Piersall in a statement. “Offering a one-stop shop for leading-edge technologies in a single platform has always been a dream, and today it has been realized for our users. This is a total win for our clients who get a much larger organization behind us plus access to leading-edge technologies like route optimization and onboard video/sensors.”

Malone will remain CEO of Routeware Global. Piersall will assume the role of president of CCS. CCS will continue to operate in Jacksonville as a semi-autonomous company under Routeware Global.

“CCS is simply an outstanding company with an impressive customer base. The addition of Nate and his team to Routeware Global makes both companies significantly stronger,” added Malone.

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