AMCS CEO, Jimmy Martin: “The waste and recycling industry is going through a massive transition. Organisations in residential, commercial, industrial waste collection and recycling, are re-positioning themselves in the growing, more circular economy. These organizations also have an increasing appetite to digitalise their business and automate business processes. It requires software companies like AMCS, with a certain scale, to be able to make the investments needed to support this transformation on a global scale.
Below you have an overview of the acquisition history of the AMCS Company. In the past eight years we acquired Solution Works, Wånelid Weighbridge solution, PC Scale Tower (ERP and scale Solutions), Transvision (Route and Fleet planner software), P&L (ERP IWS), GMT (ERP CLEAR, AfvalRIS and Mobile Order management), Wastedge (ERP Cloud), Sendrr (Portals and Digital solutions), Brady (Recycling Software) and Desert Micro (ERP Route Manager, Route Warrior and Wastebooks).
Solution Works - United Kingdom - 2011
Solution Works had an impressive track record and experience in software development and deployment. The core technology of TSW – the Elemos and Wims software, was the leading solution for the Irish and UK vertical market.
Wånelid - Sweden - 2012
In Sweden, Wånelid provided weighing solutions and services to the environmental and clean-energy industries. Wånelid’s technologies, added to AMCS's unique software and vehicle technologies, set us apart in the rapidly growing environmental market.
PC Scale Tower - USA 2014
AMCS Group has acquired PC Scale Technologies (PCST) in 2014, an acquisition in the U.S.A. that made AMCS the global leader in providing software and technology solutions to the recycling and waste industry.
Transvision - Denmark 2014
AMCS has acquired Transvision, a Danish route optimization technology firm. This acquisition both complements and augments AMCS' existing software platform and it provides us with best-in-class capabilities in the areas of route optimization, materials management, and time slotting.
P&L - United Kingdom - 2014
UK waste management software provider P&L Software System, has been bought by AMCS in 2104. P&L was established in 1987 and has the largest installed software base of UK waste and recycling operators. It is unique in being the only software house in the UK to specialize exclusively in waste management software.
GMT - The Netherlands - 2016
AMCS has acquired Amsterdam based industry specialist GMT Europe. Both AMCS and GMT provide software and technology, like CLEAR, AfvalRis and Mobile Order Management, that increases the efficiency and productivity of waste recovery, recycling and reuse. GMT is an established software supplier with over 30 years’ experience and operations in Central and Southern Europe, and also Australasia.
Wastedge - Australia - 2016
AMCS has agreed to acquire Australian Software Professionals (ASP), the company behind the Wastedge cloud-based waste software services business.
The ASP acquisition gives AMCS a highly-skilled Australia-based team and more than 25 years’ experience in waste technology consulting, implementation and support.
Sendrr - Ireland 2017
AMCS has acquired Senddr Software, a Dublin tech group, in a small bolt-on acquisition.
Senddr was founded in 2012 by brothers Morgan and Malcolm Lynch. The company has developed products for electronic invoicing and document processing, including the secure handling of financial transactions.
Brady Recycling - USA 2018
DesertMicro - USA 2018
DesertMicro has built up an impressive customer base over the last 20 years with solutions like RouteManager, RouteWarrior and Wastebooks. In total, the acquisition will add over 250 customers from across the US and Canada to the existing 1600 global customer list. AMCS’ solution portfolio will be further strengthened by DesertMicro’s suite of cloud software designed specifically for the waste and recycling industry, which includes a highly developed and fully-embedded payment channel.
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Recy Systems – Germany 2019
AMCS Acquires German’s leading recycling and waste management software specialist, Recy Systems. Recy has offices in Germany, the U.S., the U.K. and Slovakia. Their customers include some of the world’s largest and most complex recycling companies. Overall, the acquisition will add another 600 customers from across Europe, in North America, Asia, and Africa, taking AMCS’ total customer base to over 2400 worldwide. Recy’s sector-specific model ensures that its products are designed exclusively for the waste, recycling and material trading industry, covering steel scrap, non-ferrous metals, paper, wood, glass, plastic, textiles and electronics.