Software provider to be integrated into Boeing subsidiary Continental DataGraphics (CDG)
SEATTLE, May 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Inmedius, a provider of software applications and services for managing and sharing information and learning content. Terms of the transaction, announced on April 26, were not disclosed.
Inmedius will be integrated into Continental DataGraphics (CDG), a subsidiary of Boeing Commercial Aviation Services. Inmedius President and CEO Gary L. Schaffer will continue to lead the business, reporting to CDG President and CEO David Malmo.
Inmedius has approximately 75 employees and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., with offices in the United Kingdom and India. Headquartered in Long Beach, Ca., CDG has more than 1,200 employees worldwide, with offices in multiple locations across the U.S., United Kingdom and India.
About Boeing Commercial Aviation Services – Information Services
Boeing offers the industry's broadest range of aviation services, including information services aligned to customers' information management function. Boeing leverages its aviation expertise to connect airplanes, operators and data, enabling informed decision-making. Capabilities include information management, real-time operations support, airplane health monitoring, internet and e-commerce services, aviation software solutions and consulting services.
CDG, a Boeing Company, is a world-class strategic partner for engineering-driven organizations that develop, support and maintain complex equipment. The company leverages a strong history of more than 40 years of experience to provide industry-leading technical services, technical documentation, training solutions and software solutions for defense and space, commercial aviation, manufacturing, energy, and other engineering-focused industries. For more information, visit www.cdgnow.com.