JDM Technology Group, a leading global software business of best-in-class software providers, has acquired Kenton, Ohio-based AllMax Software. AllMax makes wastewater, water, CMMS and pre-treatment software. The transaction closed on Jan. 31 after approval from AllMax owners Russell and Patricia Maxwell.
Since 1994, AllMax Software has delivered first-class operations and maintenance management software. AllMax helps plants and facilities increase performance, efficiency and profitability by delivering critical information quickly and accurately.
“AllMax Software has been a leader in the Water and Wastewater industry for over 28 years, and when we decided to sell the business, we looked for companies that aligned with our approach to sales and supporting our clients,” the Maxwells said. “JDM was selected since we believe that it will be a great fit for our customers and our employees. With the support of JDM’s global resources and industry expertise, AllMax Software will continue to create value and new opportunities for its customers.”
JDM Technology Group is a private, family-owned business focused on long-term growth. It is known for creating exceptional software solutions for the architecture, engineering, construction and operations industries. A key differentiator from other players in the market is its commitment to never “end-of-life” its software, so customers are never forced to stop using their preferred solution.
“We’re thrilled to welcome to AllMax to the JDM family,” said JDM CEO Jim McFarlane. “The deep industry expertise of its people and its robust operations and maintenance software further strengthens our existing facility management portfolio. We look forward to working with the AllMax team.”
AllMax joins AerieHub, EPAC, MicroMain Corporation, MPulse Software and TeamWORKS as part of JDM’s facility management software group. Randall Brous, President of MPulse Software, will lead AllMax and oversee day-to-day operations of the business.
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