For the second time in less than a month, Dude Solutions has made an acquisition. This time it’s a software firm in Sanford.

Cary-based Due, which raised $100 million just over a year ago, said Wednesday it had acquired Mobile311, a software developer focused on geographical information system (GIS) and mobile mapping solutions.

Terms weren’t disclosed.

In March, Dude Solutions bought a software firm focused on senior living centers,

“The Mobile311 acquisition allows Dude Solutions to address the growing requirements of state and local governments, particularly those with public works needs, as well as universities and other entities that manage spatial and distributed assets,” the company said.

.Mobile311 does have patent protection pending for its technology.

“Mobile311 has built a powerful, patent-pending GIS and mobile application that aids in spatial and linear asset management – along with a growing client base,” said Kent Hudson, CEO of Dude Solutions, in a statement. “Previously, spatial asset management software has been reserved for the largest cities and counties and, with this acquisition, Dude Solutions is democratizing GIS technology for any size local government client as it has with cloud-based facility management solutions.”

Dude Solutions is backed by private equity firm Warburg Pincus.

“There is a growing movement to utilize the power of mobile to better manage the complexities of operational asset management. With this acquisition, together we can provide the very best mobile GIS and mapping product in the market combined with Dude Solutions world-class delivery and support,” said Chuck Wright, president of Mobile311. “Building on our collective knowledge base of the operational must-haves for success, the combined organization will be a powerhouse in the marketplace.”