Chicago-based Gladson, which provides digital asset management and product content and information management solutions, has acquired Edgenet, a Nashville, Tennessee-based product content management software provider.
The acquisition enables Gladson to expand its position in its core markets, and further enhances the company’s mission to become an end-to-end single source of reliable product content and information with its clients.
“Gladson and Edgenet are leading players in the product content and information management industry, each with exciting technology-enabled service offerings,” Gladson CEO Paul Salay said in a media release. “We are excited to bring these two great companies together in order to satisfy our clients’ desire for a single-source provider of product information across a wide variety of industries."
Gladson’s acquisition of Edgenet is the latest of several it has made in recent months. In January 2018, Gladson acquired FSEnet+, a GS1 GDSN certified data management and syndication provider. In March 2018, Gladson acquired Webcollage, a platform for managing and publishing rich product information across a vast network of retailer sites globally. And in June 2018, Gladson acquired Nutritionix, an interactive digital platform that allows its users to upload, organize, track and publish nutrition data.
Gladson is a portfolio company of The Jordan Company and Wicks Capital Partners.