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Everon acquires DIGIOP

Everon acquires DIGIOP

Everon acquires DIGIOP

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Everon, formerly ADT Commercial, announced that it has acquired DIGIOP, a software development company specializing in video and business intelligence solutions.

“As a leading integrator and technology company, we recognize the major market shifts occurring every day across our industry. We’re not here to just witness the trends, but to provide our customers with proactive, intelligence-driven solutions that seamlessly integrate into their businesses,” said Dan Bresingham, chief executive officer. “We’re proud to welcome the talented DIGIOP team to Everon and to join forces with them as we chart a path of growth through technology.”

Everon said that DIGIOP’s suite of subscription-based software solutions merges video with various data sources to deliver a stream of actionable insights, data mining, and case management features across the entire enterprise. Coupled with an intuitive user interface, the company said that these solutions leverage critical business intelligence to support a variety of organization needs, including in operations, IT, asset protection, marketing, and more.

It was reported that with the acquisition, Mike Compton, president and chief executive officer of DIGIOP, will join the Everon executive leadership team as chief technology officer.

“We’re excited to be joining the Everon team and for the opportunity to unlock the full potential of our intelligence-focused solutions,” Compton said. “As end user and industry demands have trended toward more cloud-connected, data-forward, SaaS-based technologies, teaming up with Everon means we can deliver on more innovative solutions and create greater value for our customers.”

Following GTCR’s acquisition of ADT Commercial in October 2023, Everon said it's emerged as an innovator and service excellence champion protecting commercial people, property, and assets across industries. Everon has been on an acquisitive streak so far in 2024 with this latest acquisition being its fifth so far this year. It previously made a pick-up of Riverside Integrated Systems and Customized Service Concepts in early February, as well as Apex Integrated Security Solutions and Portland Safe in January.

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