Management & Operations

Seon acquires US Computing Inc.

Posted on April 28, 2015

Seon acquired the net assets of US Computing Inc. (USCI), a provider of commercial and school bus routing software. Seon will maintain the existing Columbia, S.C. head office and Phoenix, Ariz. sales office and continue to develop, grow and support their Web-based routing platform.

“Seon has partnered with US Computing over the past three years to combine our technologies to develop a truly integrated solution for school transportation safety,” said Tom Gill, president of Seon. “This acquisition is a natural progression of that partnership and an integral part of our long term vision to become the leading supplier of safety solutions for fleet vehicles as part of the Safe Fleet family of brands.”

The acquisition complements Seon’s existing portfolio of video and fleet management products and will solidify its’ position in the school bus routing market. Seon will continue to develop, support, and grow US Computing’s Web-based routing solutions under the vMax Compass brand and nurture existing customer relationships.

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