CAI Technologies (CAI), a municipal mapping and GIS services company located in Littleton, has acquired the tax mapping, web hosting and specialty natural resource mapping divisions of the James W. Sewall Company (Sewall), located in Old Town, Maine.
In 2013, Sewall partnered with CAI to provide map maintenance and municipal GIS related services to many of Sewall’s clients. This latest transaction finalizes a complete transition of those services and personnel, and allows the two companies to better focus on their respective areas of expertise.
Originally founded in 1985 as Cartographic Associates, Inc, CAI has grown to serve nearly 400 local, regional and state governments throughout New England and New York. CAI and Sewall are both Silver Tier Esri Business Partners. Through its acquisition of the Sewall divisions, CAI will add significant municipal and county government clients. This acquisition serves to expand CAI’s footprint well into southern states.
“We’re very excited about this acquisition, as well as the commitment that Sewall and CAI have made to provide complementary services in tandem going forward, with Sewall focusing on its engineering, survey, geospatial, utilities, and natural resources appraisal and inventory consulting work, and CAI on its mapping, GIS development and hosting services” says Franco Rossi, president of CAI. “We’re proud to partner with such an iconic company in the municipal services space.”
George Campbell, Sewall’s president, says he is confident that the transition will be a smooth one for Sewall’s mapping clients and the outstanding staff members that are moving to CAI with their projects. “Through our ongoing partnership with CAI, both CAI and Sewall clients will have the opportunity to access a broader range of infrastructure and mapping services. We look forward to the next phase of our journey together.”