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Compusearch, TopVue Defense Complete Merger; Reid Jackson Comments

Reid Jackson
Reid Jackson

Compusearch Software Systems and TopVue Defense have merged to develop integrated offerings to help U.S. defense customers manage and coordinate projects.

The combined firm aims to offer TopVue’s programmatic technology in conjunction with the Compusearch-designed Prism and SpectrumCLM acquisition and contract management platforms, Compusearch said Tuesday.

“We are excited about how the combination of our two businesses will help the U.S. Defense Department deliver on its major programs efficiently and effectively through greater automation, transparency, and control, ” said Reid Jackson, CEO of Compusearch.

Utah-based TopVue delivers software products intended to manage program schedules, costs and deliverables as well as engineering and logistics data.

Compusearch’s Prism platform is designed to help acquisitions and grants professionals write contracts, while its SpectrumCLM system is built for vendors to address contracting and compliance issues.

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