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GCP invests in Sysdyne Technologies

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GCP Applied Technologies has invested in Sysdyne Technologies, a provider of technology solutions for the ready-mixed concrete industry. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Sysdyne offers a range of integrated software and industry automation tools, including batch panels, dispatch software, and electronic ticketing solutions. The company’s innovative products help ready-mixed concrete producers streamline operations, optimise business processes, tighten quality control, and improve cash flow.

“Sysdyne shares our vision to transform the industry through technology and innovation,” said Naren Srinivasan, GCP’s Chief Strategy, Marketing and Development Officer. “The company’s product suite complements our VERIFI product line and presents significant opportunities to advance services through data integration.”

GCP’s VERIFI In-transit Concrete Management and VERIFI Quality software provide valuable data insights and analytics to concrete producers to help improve concrete quality, optimise mix designs, save time and reduce costs from the plant to the job site.

“We are excited to have GCP as an investor as we continue to scale our business and accelerate our product development,” said Sysdyne CEO, Jill Zhang. “Sysdyne and GCP share a passion for innovation, commitment to outstanding customer support and are both on the forefront of developing cutting-edge technologies that provide tremendous value to producers.”

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