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Deltek Completes Acquisition of ComputerEase; Michael Corkery Quoted

Jeff Brody
Michael Corkery

Deltek announced on Monday that the company has completed its acquisition of ComputerEase after Deltek announced the agreement to acquire the company on Aug. 12th

“We are very excited to welcome ComputerEase to Deltek,” said Mike Corkery, president and CEO at Deltek and 2019 Wash100 Award recipient. “ComputerEase’s knowledge and strength in the Construction industry is the perfect complement to Deltek’s A&E industry solutions. With ComputerEase now a part of Deltek, we offer the most complete solutions for architects, engineers and construction firms. We are confident the combination of Deltek + ComputerEase will create many opportunities for our customers and partners, and we are thrilled to begin this journey together.”

ComputerEase provides thousands of contractors in North America with integrated construction solutions that meet the unique needs of businesses focused on construction. For decades, Deltek has offered award-winning solutions to A&E firms of all sizes. With the combination of Deltek + ComputerEase, the company secures its place in the construction industry, adding to its powerful portfolio of solutions for architects, engineers and construction firms.

About Deltek 

Better software means better projects. Deltek is the leading global provider of enterprise software and information solutions for project-based businesses. More than 23,000 organizations and millions of users in over 80 countries around the world rely on Deltek for superior levels of project intelligence, management and collaboration. Our industry-focused expertise powers project success by helping firms achieve performance that maximizes productivity and revenue.

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