Otodata acquires Wireless Applications Corp.

December 16, 2021 By    

Otodata Technologies USA acquired Wireless Applications Corp. (WACnGO), a player in the South American and Israeli tank monitoring and delivery markets.

Founded in 2008, Otodata offers remote tank monitoring hardware and software for a variety of industries, including propane. Its solutions allow users to monitor their tanks remotely, providing real-time data to optimize asset and labor productivity in their businesses, the company says.

“This acquisition will accelerate our diversification into the propane truck distribution and delivery market, as well as allow us to leverage our innovative solutions for remote tank monitoring in South America and eastern Europe,” says Andre Boulay, president of Otodata, in a press release. “This represents an important step in our strategy to address the growing demand for reliable, affordable and automated tank monitoring solutions across a variety of industries and geographic markets.”

“WACnGO’s vision was always to create a one-stop shop, end-to-end logistics optimization solution based on telemetry and truck management for LPG and oil distributors,” says Uri Artzi, founder of WACnGO, in a press release. “The WACnGO team is dedicated to its customers and always adapts the right solution to their needs. Joining forces with Otodata will allow us to provide our customers with additional products, services and innovative pricing structures. It will also enable them to monitor every asset and receive instant ROI, both locally and abroad.”

WACnGO is a provider of end-to-end telemetry solutions to achieve logistic optimization and cost reduction for oil and gas distributors. It is capable of monitoring propane, oil, gas tanks and meter applications with options in Israel and South America. WACnGO was established in 2006 and is based in Tel-Aviv, Israel, with subsidiary companies in Brazil, Chile and the U.S.

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