Vela Software is pleased to announce the acquisition of ElmTree System which will report into Vela’s subsidiary Spectra QEST, expanding their offering of solutions for CMET and Geotechnical Engineering businesses.
ElmTree System offers a SaaS Business Management System for Construction Materials Engineering and Testing (CMET) and Geotechnical Engineering Firms, with an integrated workflow from proposal to final invoice. With more than 20 years of experience and a long history of innovation the solution is used widely in North America.
Cheryl Wilkerson, Program Director, ElmTree System “We are looking forward to working with Spectra QEST and the opportunities it provides for continuity, continued growth and investment in our products and customers.”
Dirk Janek, CEO of Spectra QEST, “We are excited to welcome ElmTree System to the Vela / Spectra QEST family. Cheryl and her team have built a great product over the last 20 years with an enviable customer following and wealth of industry knowledge. We are enthusiastic about the opportunities of working together to the benefit of all our customers and the industry.“
ElmTree System is based in Oklahoma City, OK, and serves customers in North America.
About Spectra QEST
An operating company of Vela Software International, Inc., itself an operating group of Toronto-based Constellation Software, Inc. (CSI), Spectra QEST is a software development and services company specializing in solutions for the construction materials engineering, testing, inspection and production industries.
Founded in January 1984, Spectra QEST offers the most comprehensive construction materials quality platform on the market today. With offices located in Adelaide, South Australia and Sacramento, California, it services customers in North America, Europe, Australasia and the Middle East. These customers include leading international construction companies, construction materials and geotechnical companies, construction materials manufacturers and government bodies.
CSI is a public company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX:CSU). CSI acquires, manages, and builds software businesses that provide mission-critical solutions in specific vertical markets.