Mike Corkery: Deltek Purchases Axium to Boost ERP Software Market Presence

Mike Corkery,  Deltek - Executive MosaicDeltek has moved to expand its customer base in the enterprise resource planning software market by purchasing Axium, a project management software provider to architecture and engineering firms.

“Acquiring Axium is part of our ongoing commitment to offer solutions that power the front and back offices of A&E firms of all sizes, ” Mike Corkery, Deltek president and CEO, said Wednesday.

“Axium’s unique culture and expertise are a natural fit with our team, and their success in the marketplace will help accelerate our growth plans, ” Corkery added.

Tigard, Ore.-based Axium serves more than 2, 200 A&E clients throughout North America and develops software products for companies to administer projects and accounting processes.

The companies aim to deliver an integrated ERP platform that works to help A&E organizations manage the project life cycle as well as to collaborate anywhere via mobile devices, according to Deltek.

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