Salesforce has agreed to buy the location services provider in a deal that will hand exits to fellow corporate investors ServiceNow and General Motors.
Customer relationship management software producer Salesforce agreed yesterday to acquire portfolio company MapAnything, a US-based geolocation and mapping technology provider, for an undisclosed amount. Founded in 2009, MapAnything has developed location-based software that helps businesses manage mobile workers and create routes for commercial fleet operators. The platform integrates mapping, asset tracking, geo-analytics, real-time traffic updates,…
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