NuSoft Solutions Acquired By RCM Technologies
Brophy Expects Growth Of NuSoft in GR
PENNSAUKEN, N.J. — RCM Technologies Inc. has announced the acquisition of NuSoft Solutions, a Troy-based firm with about 75 employees in Grand Rapids, its largest office. NuSoft has a total of about 160 employees and had 2007 sales of approximately $16 million, according to an announcement from RCM.
Dale Mansour, founder, president and CEO of NuSoft, and Keith Brophy, president of services, will continue to manage NuSoft operations as part of RCM’s Enterprise Business Solutions Group. Brophy founded SageStone in 1997 and merged the growing technology company with NuSoft several years ago. He has been active in founding both the Michigan technology business coalition and the homeland security business coalition.
RCM is a publicly held company that had sales of $214 million in 2007. It provides business and technology solutions involving advanced information technology and engineering services. RCM has been a designer and software developer serving the commercial and government sectors for more than 35 years and has offices in major metropolitan centers throughout North America.
NuSoft is a Microsoft consulting firm specializing in enterprise business and technology solutions, and a Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner and Dell Partner. Its major customers include Cooper Standard, Dell, EquaTerra, Federal Mogul, Manatron, Meijer, Microsoft, Robertson Technologies, Spectrum Health, Waste Management and Zondervan. NuSoft is a software developer as well as a Web site designer and developer.
Brophy said NuSoft fills a business sector not previously addressed by RCM. The acquisition will enable NuSoft to grow, and Brophy said he expects a "substantial increase" in employment in the Grand Rapids office.
"It's an exciting step for the company and for Dale Mansour and I as entrepreneurs. We'll have one of the strongest software technology core competency groups around, serving the nation, with a very strong grounding in West Michigan for the long haul, as part of RCM Technologies," said Brophy.