Baltimore, Md.-based RMS Omega Technologies, a tracking technology and automated solutions provider, announced Tuesday that it had acquired ScanOnline, a systems integrator and managed service provider based in Charlotte, NC. 

In a Jan. 2 news release, RMS Omega said the strategic move strengthens its position in the automated identification and data capture industry and expands its offerings with ScanOnline's complementary technology, services and expertise.

ScanOnline will continue to operate as a distinct division within RMS Omega, retaining its brand identity under the leadership of Brian Graves as president and a longtime sales leader at ScanOnline. RMS Omega plans to integrate resources to enhance the technology offerings and services provided to all customers. This structure allows both companies to leverage their respective strengths while fostering collaboration and innovation. 

"ScanOnline has earned a well-deserved reputation for providing exceptional support and service to their customers," said Peter Vatenos, principal and vice president of marketing at RMS Omega Technologies. 

"[ScanOnline’s] expertise and dedication to providing more than just hardware aligns perfectly with our values as a technology provider and systems integrator. We are thrilled to welcome them to the RMS Omega family," Vatenos added.

ScanOnline is known for its remote managed services for enterprise devices and network support, as well as its One Solution platform, including hardware, software, and support-as-a-service. 

RMS Omega is a leader in developing advanced tracking technology solutions using RFID, RTLS, barcode, and enterprise wireless technologies combined with signature services and ongoing support offerings. 

RMS Omega said the acquisition reflects its ongoing investments in technical resources and commitment to providing service to its customers and partner communities while positioning ScanOnline for continued growth.

"What we have essentially accomplished by combining strategies with RMS Omega is to consolidate the financial, technical, and professional experience of both organizations,” said Brian Graves, president at ScanOnline. “It is an exciting transitional moment for the combined history of both companies, leaving existing and prospective customers as the ultimate winners." 

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