ArmgaSys Inc. has purchased a software product tailored for the fresh produce industry.
Meridian, Idaho-based ArmgaSys, an information technology company specializing in custom software and mobile applications, acquired Envio Software, whose products are used by growers, packers and shippers, according to an ArmgaSys news release.
Envio was created by Boise, Idaho-based Unisun Software.
“Given our shared roots in agribusiness, we have long admired Unisun’s depth of industry expertise and unique knowledge of the produce field,” Dave Armga, ArmgaSys’s president and chief executive officer, said in the release. “By combining the strengths of each organization, ArmgaSys will build on Unisun’s legacy of supporting the produce industry with unsurpassed service by thoughtfully incorporating the best mix of tools, talent and technology to advance the functionality and accessibility of Envio.”
The purchase will expand the possibilities of Envio’s development, Sally Robertson, Unisun’s founder and system engineer, said in the release.
“This is a rare opportunity to become part of an organization that knows and values who we are, expands our expertise and advances our technology to serve customers better,” Robertson said. “We are energized by the opportunity to use the latest technology advancements and skills of our newly combined team to advance how and where Envio can be used.”