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December 11, 1997 | Dow Jones
Massachusetts-based Celerity Solutions Inc. said it has acquired Somerset Automation Inc. of Irvine for stock, cash and notes valued at about $6.5 million. Somerset, a warehouse management software company, will operate as a Celerity unit, retaining the Somerset name. The private warehouse management software company had sales of about $3.6 million and operating income of $400,000 for the year ended Jan. 31. Celerity, a provider of supply chain management software, had about $2.
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March 12, 1998
Somerset Solutions Inc., which provides warehouse management software, said Wednesday it will license a version of its software to a Wisconsin direct-mail catalog company. Terms weren't disclosed. Somerset, the Irvine subsidiary of Celerity Solutions Inc. in Concord, Mass., said that Pleasant Co. will install the WMS 4.0 software at its manufacturing and distribution facilities in Middleton and Wilmot, Wis.
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BUSINESS
March 12, 1998
Somerset Solutions Inc., which provides warehouse management software, said Wednesday it will license a version of its software to a Wisconsin direct-mail catalog company. Terms weren't disclosed. Somerset, the Irvine subsidiary of Celerity Solutions Inc. in Concord, Mass., said that Pleasant Co. will install the WMS 4.0 software at its manufacturing and distribution facilities in Middleton and Wilmot, Wis.
BUSINESS
December 11, 1997 | Dow Jones
Massachusetts-based Celerity Solutions Inc. said it has acquired Somerset Automation Inc. of Irvine for stock, cash and notes valued at about $6.5 million. Somerset, a warehouse management software company, will operate as a Celerity unit, retaining the Somerset name. The private warehouse management software company had sales of about $3.6 million and operating income of $400,000 for the year ended Jan. 31. Celerity, a provider of supply chain management software, had about $2.
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