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Clever Devices acquires Digital Recorders

Posted on July 13, 2012

Clever Devices has closed a transaction to acquire substantially all of the assets of Digital Recorders, a leading provider of Intelligent Transportation Systems to public transit agencies throughout North America. Formerly, Digital Recorders was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Digital Recorders Inc. (DRI), which filed for bankruptcy in March, 2012.

“Digital Recorders has a long history of providing excellent technology solutions to its clients," said Frank Ingrassia, CEO of Clever Devices. "We are excited to continue the tradition of value-added service to Digital Recorders’ extensive client base.”

Digital Recorders will become a division of Clever Devices, remaining in its facility in Durham, N.C. “The employees of Digital Recorders are a talented group with a wealth of expertise, and we welcome them to our team. We share the same values and culture, and look forward to working closely with them to ensure a seamless transition for their customers,” Ingrassia said.

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