Eagle Technology acquires CMMS vendor Equipsoft

RP news wires, Noria Corporation

Eagle Technology Inc. on October 10 announced the acquisition of Equipsoft Corporation, a computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) vendor based in Knoxville, Tenn.


“Eagle’s commitment to the maintenance market and its reputation for quality solutions and service made them an ideal merger partner,” said Equipsoft president Rich Gabel, who will continue with the company and serve in a consulting role. “Equipsoft customers will have a stronger base of support through the merger along with an enterprise solution to meet their growth needs.”


“Equipsoft offers a complementary product line. The combined enterprises will result in a stronger presence in the maintenance field” said Harshad Shah, president of Eagle Technology.


Eagle Technology was founded in 1987 by Shah and is privately owned. Eagle’s ProTeus family of products is used around the world by more than 3,000 users in companies of all sizes and is translated into 10 languages. Eagle Technology, Inc. formed Equipsoft Eagle LLC to handle this transaction. Eagle focuses on facility maintenance and asset management and is a preferred partner with Johnson Control’s Control Division, Trane, and Honeywell-Tridium. ProTeus serves all BACnet-compliant building automation control systems with ProTeus Data Interface, capturing information to keep buildings in peak maintenance condition.


Equipsoft LLC, was founded in 2000 by its Gabel and was privately owned. Equipsoft has more than 600 enterprises as clients in North America, India, Singapore and Saudi Arabia.

Subscribe to Reliable Plant

About the Author