Next Gear Solutions, the developers of DASH, the market-leading restoration management software, signed an agreement to acquire ClientRunner. The acquisition will couple Next Gear’s expansive and powerful feature set with ClientRunner’s ease of use, creating a combination that will address the needs of a dynamic industry.
“We are excited to unite the ClientRunner platform and customer base under the Next Gear banner. DASH and ClientRunner are the first and second most adopted job management systems in the restoration market, and I believe this combination of talent and technology will benefit the entire industry,” said Garret Gray, CEO of Next Gear Solutions. “Scott Severe will join the executive management team of Next Gear as our Chief Sales Officer. I am pleased to welcome Scott and the ClientRunner leadership to the Next Gear family. Next Gear is committed to serving all types of contractors, large and small, simple and complex, and together we will merge power with simplicity.”
About Next Gear Solutions
Next Gear Solutions, based in Oxford, MS, was formed in 2008 to address the lack of job and workflow management software solutions in the restoration industry and launched their first software, DASH, in 2009. Next Gear’s software suite has grown to include franchise and insurance solutions as well as options for home and business owners with losses. Next Gear is passionate about their proven solutions for the restoration industry and about their people and internal culture.
Based in Orem, Utah, ClientRunner, Inc., serves contractors focused on insurance restoration with a job management software designed for those who value simplicity. ClientRunner began in 2003 as a solution for a single restoration contractor looking to support his company and move away from paper, and the software was launched publicly in 2011.
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