Eden Capital acquires MITS, an analytic platform with business intelligence for a broad base of customers within the manufacturing and distribution space. MITS joins sister companies Compass Sales Solutions and Tour de Force in continuing their delivery of software solutions that empower companies to make the best business decisions.
For over two decades, MITS has help over 1,000 customers gain better insight into their operations and uncover more opportunities through business intelligence and analytics. MITS’ industry-specific analytics solution is packed with customizable dashboards and reports so customers get both a long term platform for analytics growth and immediate value and ROI.
Combining MITS with the product offerings of Compass Sales Solutions and Tour de Force allows these three companies to expand value for their customers by integrating CRM and BI / analytics into a single platform for existing and new customers.
“MITS has always believed business results are the key measure of analytics success and becoming a part of this growing and evolving software suite will exponentially expand our abilities to deliver significant bottom line value to our customers,” Gary Owen, CEO, MITS. “We’ve seen tremendous success in the distribution and manufacturing industry, and we’re excited to continue our journey with Compass Sales Solutions and Tour de Force to deliver even more value to all of our customers.”
MITS, combined with Compass Sales Solutions and Tour de Force, will help empower the manufacturing and distribution verticals with business intelligence and seamless ERP integration to help solve challenges, seize opportunities and make decisions that move the needle.
“We consistently look for ways to better serve our customers with software solutions that help improve business efficiencies and increase revenue,” says Doug Braun, Chief Executive of the combined companies. “All three solutions evolving together allows us to offer a stronger, more robust offerings that will have a positive impact on our customers’ bottom line.”