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Routeware Global Acquires Core Computing Solutions

Routeware Adds EasyRoute and Webaspx to Product Line

Routeware is expanding its product line with the acquisition of route optimization and management software.

Routeware, Inc., a provider of computerized route management systems to the waste industry, announced the acquisition of EasyRoute, Inc. and its U.K. parent company Webaspx. Both companies serve municipal and for-profit haulers who operate residential, commercial and roll-off fleets.

The companies, which have worked as partners for the last two years, will integrate their offerings, which include in-cab computers, route management software and software-based route optimization. Webaspx, a U.K. market share leader in route optimization, will continue operating under the same brand.

“The inclusion of EasyRoute’s easy-to-use route optimization product in our portfolio uniquely positions Routeware to deliver best-of-breed onboard computer systems, better route management and intelligent route design,” said Routeware CEO Tom Malone in a statement. “When combined with Routeware’s Driver Performance Optimizer (Routeware DPO), haulers can safely lower costs, capture more revenue and increase customer satisfaction.”

“Our partnership with Routeware proved that U.S.-based waste haulers want a modern route optimization solution that works and doesn’t require a GIS specialist or a PhD to operate,” said EasyRoute and Webaspx CEO Calum Forsyth in a statement. “Our EasyRoute optimization product works seamlessly with Routeware’s on-board computer system to creatively and safely improve waste industry routes.”

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