Philadelphia-based Dossier Systems is a provider of fleet maintenance management software solutions for the surface transportation industry. Dossier’s cloud-based solution automates the control and administration of fleet vehicles and other assets and helps increase productivity while promoting cost-savings through the generation of customizable reports, the company says. According to the company, Dossier fleet maintenance software helps companies to reduce downtime and maintenance costs, extend life of equipment, reduce parts costs and inventory, increase productivity and reduce fuel and tire costs.
Following the acquisition, the Dossier Systems’ team of almost 50 professionals, including their management team, will join AMCS. More than 750 new customers will be added to the existing AMCS customer base.
“We are very excited to expand our business with the acquisition of Dossier Systems, a brand that has earned a national reputation in North America as one of the most trusted names in the industry for fleet management maintenance management software,” Jimmy Martin, CEO and co-founder of the AMCS Group, says. “This acquisition will enable us to deliver and support Dossier’s unique SaaS (software as a service) solution for fleet maintenance on a global scale. We will be bringing the solution to the AMCS Platform where we envision integrations with our current solutions including ERP (enterprise resource planning), smart dispatch, mobile workforce, vehicle technology and route optimization so customers can benefit from a unique set of integrated capabilities. We look forward to welcoming new team members and integrating our combined teams under AMCS while continuing to innovate and grow in response to global demand.”
“I’m excited for Dossier to become part of AMCS and believe our customers and staff can look forward to a bright future,” Jack Boetefuer, CEO and owner of Dossier Systems, says. “Personally, I’m honored to have had the opportunity to lead our wonderful team to this point. Dossier’s reputation for excellence in fleet maintenance management has been earned through lots of hard work and dedication going back to our beginnings in 1979—I fully expect that to continue under Jimmy’s leadership. Dossier is in good hands.”