Enterprise app development company acquires in-vehicle software development pioneer.
Online PR News – 12-December-2016 – Palo Alto – Intellectsoft, a full-cycle enterprise software and mobile application development company, announced the acquisition of Meople, a pioneer in the development and integration of software for internet-connected vehicles.
The acquisition is the latest step in the Transportation & Automotive sphere for Intellectsoft whose portfolio includes applications for industry-leading companies like Jaguar Land Rover, Harley-Davidson, and Eurostar.
“We are excited about further pursuing our passion of reshaping the automotive experience, providing drivers with ways to stay connected to the world and staying safe on the road,” says Dzmitry Markovich, the founder of Meople.
“Intellectsoft is known as a software development expert in the automotive industry, and we are looking forward to seeing the ways in which our acquisition of Meople will enhance our expertise,” added Uri Soroka, COO at Intellectsoft. “From the production line to the advent of self-driving vehicles—software runs the show. We will continue to develop solutions that improve the work and lives of manufacturers, drivers, and passengers.”
Intellectsoft can provide a wide range of software solutions for the Transport & Automotive industry, from onboard in-vehicle entertainment systems to machine learning. The company is ready to take on new projects and is looking forward to the development of Meople and their contributions to Intellectsoft’s growing automotive division.
Meople is a software development company behind Meople.Connector, an application for FORD SYNC AppLink enabled vehicles which allows drivers to remain safe and connected while on the road.
Intellectsoft is a full-cycle developer of enterprise software and mobile applications that creates custom solutions for some of the world’s biggest brands, including Harley-Davidson, Jaguar Land Rover, Shell, and Eurostar. The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, with offices in New York, London, Oslo, Helsinki, Minsk, and Kiev.