Like Emergency Technologies, Inc.

closed 7/22/2015 via BNC Analysis

ESO Solutions, acquired Emergency Technologies, Inc.

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc., the leading provider in software and interoperability solutions aimed at the prehospital healthcare market, announced the acquisition of Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI), a company that offers vertical software solutions for Fire and EMS professionals.
buyer: ESO Solutions
The ESO Solutions team brings together industry leaders in EMS, software design and information technology to create electronic patient care reporting and other software solutions for public and private emergency medical services and Fire organizations nationwide. "
target: Emergency Technologies, Inc.
Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI) was founded in 1995, and is headquartered in Raleigh, NC. The company is focused on developing comprehensive, enterprise-class, public safety software solutions exclusively to Fire and EMS Departments.
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closed 10/1/2018 via BusinessWire

Tyler Technologies, Inc., acquired MobileEyes

synopsis: Tyler Technologies, Inc. announced it has acquired TradeMaster, Inc., commonly known in the industry as MobileEyes, a company that develops software to improve public safety by supporting fire prevention and suppression, emergency response, and structural safety.
buyer: Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL:$1,116.66)
Tyler Technologies is a leading provider of end-to-end information management solutions and services for local governments. Tyler partners with clients to empower the public sector to become more efficient, more accessible and more responsive to the needs of their constituents. "
target: MobileEyes
MobileEyes is a company that develops software to improve public safety by supporting fire prevention and suppression, emergency response, and structural safety. MobileEyes offers applications specifically targeted at fire marshals and fire prevention departments.
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announced 11/18/2013 via PR Newswire

SECURUS Technologies, Inc., will acquire Archonix Systems, LLC.

synopsis: Securus Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of inmate communications services and investigative technologies, announced the acquisition of Archonix Systems, LLC, the leading provider of jail management systems, emergency dispatch, court monitoring, and business intelligence systems.
buyer parent: Castle Harlan Inc.
buyer: SECURUS Technologies, Inc.
Securus Technologies, Inc. is one of the largest providers of detainee communications and information management solutions, serving approximately 2,200 correctional facilities and more than 850,000 inmates nationwide. "
target: Archonix Systems, LLC.
Archonix is a rapidly growing provider of advanced public safety software to Police Departments, Fire Departments, Correctional Institutions and other Public Safety Agencies. Archonix software has been utilized by public safety agencies now for over 20 years.
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closed 11/6/2013 via BusinessWire

Ten-Eight Inc., acquired Emergency Technologies, Inc.

synopsis: Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI), a leading provider of Fire and EMS software solutions, has recently been acquired by Ten-Eight (10-8) Inc., a company founded by Jeff Robertson, a previous member of ETI’s Board of Directors.
buyer: Ten-Eight Inc.
Mr. Jeff Robertson of  Ten-Eight (10-8) Inc.  was managing partner at Robertson & Associates, and a previous member of ETI’s Board of Directors. He also served as Vice President and General Manager of Intergraph’s US public safety division. "
target: Emergency Technologies, Inc.
Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI) was founded in 1995, and is headquartered in Raleigh, NC. The company is focused on developing comprehensive, enterprise-class, public safety software solutions exclusively to Fire and EMS Departments.
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closed 1/13/2021 via PR Web

Omnigo Software, acquired Rhodium Incident Management

synopsis: Omnigo Software has acquired Incident Response Technologies, Inc. (IRT), makers of the Rhodium Incident Management Suite, a leading provider of incident management solutions in North America. Rhodium provides a complete command and control solution allowing users to quickly consolidate information, coordinate assets, and act accordingly.
buyer: Omnigo Software
Omnigo Software is the leading provider of public safety, incident and security management solutions for law enforcement, education, healthcare, and other enterprises. Omingo offers easy-to-use and flexible applications that provide actionable insight for making more informed decisions. "
target: Rhodium Incident Management
Incident Response Technologies (IRT) provides cloud-based solutions for public safety organizations. IRT’s Rhodium Incident Management Suite provides a complete command and control solution allowing users to quickly consolidate information, coordinate assets, and act accordingly.
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closed 9/5/2018 via BusinessWire

Tritech Software Systems merged with Superion,

synopsis: Created by the merger of four innovative software businesses, CentralSquare Technologies launched as an industry-leading provider of public sector software. The completed merger brings together the capabilities of Superion, TriTech Software Systems along with Zuercher Technologies, and the public sector and healthcare business of Aptean.
buyer parent: Vista Equity Partners
buyer: Superion
Superion is a leading software and information technology solutions provider that meets the specialized requirements of city, municipal, and county governments, as well as public safety and justice agencies and nonprofit organizations. "
target parent: Bain Capital
target: Tritech Software Systems
TriTech leads the way as the undisputed leader with software that covers every facet within the incident-response workflow. The TriTech family also includes Zuercher Technologies, a partnership that allows the company to service law enforcement agencies of all types and sizes.
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closed 5/6/2016 via Company Press Release

Zuercher Technologies, LLC, acquired EmergiTech, Inc.

synopsis: Zuercher Technologies, a TriTech company, is excited to announce the acquisition of EmergiTech. The company has supplied high quality public safety software to public safety agencies in 18 states. Unlike other public safety software vendors, EmergiTech focuses exclusively on developing public safety software products.
buyer parent: Tritech Software Systems
buyer: Zuercher Technologies, LLC
Zuercher Technologies provides a comprehensive public safety software solution to agencies across the U.S. under its flagship product, Zuercher Suite, encompassing Computer-Aided Dispatch, Mapping, Records Management, Jail Management, Civil Process, Criminal Investigations, and more. "
target: EmergiTech, Inc.
For 30 years, EmergiTech, Inc. has supplied high quality public safety software to public safety agencies in 18 states. Unlike other public safety software vendors, EmergiTech focuses exclusively on developing public safety software products.
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closed 2/29/2016 via PR Newswire

Tritech Software Systems, acquired The Omega Group

synopsis: Trimble announced that it has sold The Omega Group, a company that provides mapping and analysis solutions to public agencies, to TriTech Software Systems, a leading provider of public safety software.
buyer: Tritech Software Systems
TriTech Software Systems has been developing innovative solutions for public safety for more than 25 years. The company provides products and services to address any size and type agency with an end-to-end product suite to meet the needs of any agency--police, fire or EMS. "
target parent: Trimble
target: The Omega Group
The Omega Group is an industry-leading provider of cloud-based and on-premise operational performance support software that integrates mapping, analytics, intelligence and mobile technologies, allowing public safety agencies to optimize patrol strategies and daily field work.
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closed 2/6/2015 via BNC Analysis

Tritech Software Systems, acquired Tiburon, Inc.

synopsis: Tritech has announced that it has acquired Tiburon. The company has supplied public safety software to some of the largest and most advanced agencies in the United States and throughout the world.
buyer parent: WestView Capital Partners
buyer: Tritech Software Systems
TriTech Software Systems provides innovative, comprehensive public safety solutions for law enforcement, fire and EMS agencies through its integrated suite of public safety applications. "
target parent: Gores Group, LLC
target: Tiburon, Inc.
Established in 1980, Tiburon is the industry-leading provider of automated public safety and security solutions to meet the demanding and complex needs of law enforcement, fire and rescue and corrections agencies.
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closed 7/14/2014 via PR Newswire

Trimble Navigation Limited, acquired The Omega Group

synopsis: Trimble announced that it has acquired the assets of privately-held The Omega Group, an industry-leading provider of cloud-based and on-premise operational performance support software that integrates mapping, analytics, intelligence and mobile technologies, allowing public safety agencies to optimize patrol strategies and daily field work.
buyer: Trimble Navigation Limited (TRMB:$3,133.80)
Trimble Navigation Limited applies technology to make field and mobile workers in businesses and government significantly more productive. Solutions are focused on applications requiring position or location: including surveying, construction, agriculture, fleet and asset management, and more. "
target: The Omega Group
The Omega Group is an industry-leading provider of cloud-based and on-premise operational performance support software that integrates mapping, analytics, intelligence and mobile technologies, allowing public safety agencies to optimize patrol strategies and daily field work.
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closed 9/14/2017 via PR Web

Kologik, acquired Murphy Technologies, LLC

synopsis: Software developer Kologik announced this week its acquisition of Murphy Technologies of Mandeville, Louisiana. For more than 15 years, Murphy Technologies has supplied comprehensive public safety software applications to public safety agencies.
buyer parent: TSB Ventures, LLC
buyer: Kologik
Founded to provide safety to first responders, Kologik allows users to share distributed information across multiple platforms. KOLOGIK creates technology-based solutions for data interoperability by making it possible for multiple sources of intelligence to effectively speak to one another. "
target: Murphy Technologies, LLC
For more than 15 years, Murphy Technologies has supplied comprehensive public safety software applications to public safety agencies. Murphy Technologies was founded by Sean Murphy and is based in Mandeville, LA.
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closed 11/25/2015 via Company Press Release

Zuercher Technologies, LLC, acquired Law Enforcement Technology Group

synopsis: Zuercher Technologies, a software company, has acquired Law Enforcement Technology Group. LETG has built a customer base of over 200 agencies and established itself as the most widely used public safety software provider in the state of Minnesota.
buyer parent: Tritech Software Systems
buyer: Zuercher Technologies, LLC
Zuercher Technologies, LLC is a software company on a mission to provide public safety professionals with the highest quality, easiest to use, and best supported software possible. Founded in 2003, Zuercher Technologies is based in Sioux Falls, SD. "
target: Law Enforcement Technology Group
Law Enforcement Technology Group, LLC (LETG) specializes in the development, integration, and implementation of computer hardware and software systems for public safety and government-related entities.
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closed 5/8/2019 via PR Newswire

LexisNexis Risk Solutions, purchased Lumen from Numerica Corporation

synopsis: LexisNexis Risk Solutions, a provider of risk management solutions and services, has acquired Lumen from Numerica Corporation, a provider of technology solutions to government and industry customers. Lumen is a tool that quickly connects data sources and creates actionable information for police officers, analysts, dispatchers, and detectives.
buyer parent: RELX Group plc
buyer: LexisNexis Risk Solutions
LexisNexis Risk Solutions is a provider of risk management solutions and services. LexisNexis Risk Solutions harnesses the power of data and advanced analytics to provide insights that help businesses and governmental entities reduce risk and improve decisions to benefit people around the globe. "
seller: Numerica Corporation
Lumen is a tool that quickly connects data sources and creates actionable information for police officers, analysts, dispatchers, detectives, and command staff. Lumen belongs to Numerica Corporation, a provider of state-of-the-art technology solutions to government and industry customers.
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closed 10/4/2017 via PR Newswire

Forensic Logic, acquired COPLINK

synopsis: Forensic Logic, the premier provider of network search technology and cloud-based information services to law enforcement, announced it has acquired the COPLINK suite of products from IBM. COPLINK is a leading public safety information sharing platform and provider of analytical, tactical and operational software for law enforcement.
buyer: Forensic Logic
Forensic Logic is a technology company that provides secure cloud services to U.S. law enforcement and public safety. The company deploys a national-scale search engine and information network developed in partnership between the technology community and local, state and federal law enforcement. "
target parent: IBM
target: COPLINK
COPLINK software is designed to help law enforcement organizations solve crimes faster, keep officers safer and disrupt crime and terrorism by organizing and providing tactical, strategic and command-level access to vast quantities of seemingly unrelated data.
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closed 4/1/2015 via BusinessWire

Motorola Solutions, Inc., acquired PublicEngines

synopsis: Motorola Solutions has acquired PublicEngines, a privately held provider of cloud-based solutions that deliver crime analysis, predictive policing and citizen engagement capabilities for law enforcement agencies, governments and other organizations.
buyer: Motorola Solutions, Inc. (MSI:$7,643.00)
Motorola Solutions is a leading provider of mission-critical solutions and services for public safety and commercial customers. Through leading-edge innovation and communications technology, it is a global leader that enables its customers to be their best in the moments that matter. "
target: PublicEngines
PublicEngines develops easy-to-use, cloud-based software that helps law enforcement, government, defense and other organizations gather, analyze and share intelligence to improve public safety.
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closed 6/23/2010 via BusinessWire

SAS Institute Inc., acquired Memex Technology Limited

synopsis: SAS, the leader in business analytics software and services, has acquired Memex, a leader in intelligence management solutions that help improve intelligence processes, enhance public safety, and prevent and deter crime, terrorism and other threats. The company has a strong presence in the law enforcement and homeland security markets.
buyer: SAS Institute Inc.
SAS is the leader in business analytics software and services, and the largest independent vendor in the business intelligence market. Through innovative solutions delivered within an integrated framework, SAS helps customers improve performance and deliver value by making better decisions faster. "
target: Memex Technology Limited
Memex is a worldwide leader in intelligence management solutions helping to improve intelligence processes, enhance public safety, and prevent and deter criminal acts. Since 1979, Memex has delivered innovative technology solutions and services around the world.
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announced 7/2/2009 via PR Newswire

Knowledge Computing Corporation will be merged with i2 Inc.,

synopsis: Knowledge Computing Corporation, the premier provider of crime-fighting solutions to leading edge law enforcement agencies nationwide, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to merge with i2, the premier provider of visual analysis software.
buyer parent: Silver Lake Partners
buyer: i2 Inc.
i2 Inc. is the leading worldwide provider of visual investigative analysis software for law enforcement. Our integrated suite of products enables investigators and analysts to quickly understand complex scenarios and volumes of seemingly unrelated data, perform analysis and communicate the results. "
target: Knowledge Computing Corporation
Since its formation in 1998, Knowledge Computing Corp. has provided technology-based crime-fighting solutions to leading edge law enforcement agencies nationwide. COPLINK supports over 3000 jurisdictions nationwide, spanning 20 states, and including four of the nation's five largest cities.
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closed 11/16/2015 via BusinessWire

Tyler Technologies, Inc., acquired New World Systems Corporation

synopsis: Tyler Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end information management solutions and services for local governments, announced it has completed its acquisition of New World Systems Corporation, a leading provider of public safety and financial solutions for local governments.
buyer: Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL:$1,116.66)
Tyler Technologies is a leading provider of end-to-end information management solutions and services for local governments. Tyler partners with clients to empower the public sector to become more efficient, more accessible and more responsive to the needs of citizens. "
target: New World Systems Corporation
New World Systems provides solutions, including application software, hardware, training and support, for Local Government and Public Safety agencies. Their longevity, stability, financial strength, experience, and specialization in the public sector qualify them as long-term partners for customers.
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closed 12/12/2008 via PR Newswire

Archonix Systems, LLC., acquired Pamet Systems, Inc.

synopsis: Pamet Software, LLC, a company formed by Archonix Systems, LLC and several investors has announced that it has purchased software and other assets from Pamet Systems, Inc.
buyer: Archonix Systems, LLC.
Archonix is a rapidly growing provider of advanced public safety software to Police Departments, Fire Departments, Correctional Institutions and other Public Safety Agencies. Archonix software has been utilized by public safety agencies now for over 20 years. "
target: Pamet Systems, Inc.
Incorporated in 1987, Pamet Systems, Inc. designs, develops, installs and supports software for the public safety market, including software for computer-aided dispatch (CAD), records management systems (RMS), imaging, mapping, mobile access and regulatory agency reporting.
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closed 11/13/2007 via

Tritech Software, acquired Information Management Corporation

synopsis: TriTech Software Systems, a leading provider of public safety software solutions, announced its acquisition of New England-based IMC, a privately held company that specializes in providing mission-critical Computer-Aided Dispatch, Law and Fire-EMS Records Management, and other software and solutions for public safety agencies.
buyer: Tritech Software
TriTech provides innovative, comprehensive public safety solutions for law enforcement, fire and EMS agencies through its integrated, multi-agency suite of public safety applications. TriTech offers award-winning Computer-Aided Dispatch product and VisiCAD Command. "
target: Information Management Corporation
Information Management Corporation initially began developing time billing software for the professional market. In 1985, the Company began developing software for the public safety market and is now exclusively dedicated to producing software for that market.
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closed 7/22/2015 via BNC Analysis

ESO Solutions, acquired Emergency Technologies, Inc.

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc., the leading provider in software and interoperability solutions aimed at the prehospital healthcare market, announced the acquisition of Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI), a company that offers vertical software solutions for Fire and EMS professionals.
buyer: ESO Solutions
The ESO Solutions team brings together industry leaders in EMS, software design and information technology to create electronic patient care reporting and other software solutions for public and private emergency medical services and Fire organizations nationwide. "
target: Emergency Technologies, Inc.
Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI) was founded in 1995, and is headquartered in Raleigh, NC. The company is focused on developing comprehensive, enterprise-class, public safety software solutions exclusively to Fire and EMS Departments.
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closed 11/6/2013 via BusinessWire

Ten-Eight Inc., acquired Emergency Technologies, Inc.

synopsis: Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI), a leading provider of Fire and EMS software solutions, has recently been acquired by Ten-Eight (10-8) Inc., a company founded by Jeff Robertson, a previous member of ETI’s Board of Directors.
buyer: Ten-Eight Inc.
Mr. Jeff Robertson of  Ten-Eight (10-8) Inc.  was managing partner at Robertson & Associates, and a previous member of ETI’s Board of Directors. He also served as Vice President and General Manager of Intergraph’s US public safety division. "
target: Emergency Technologies, Inc.
Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI) was founded in 1995, and is headquartered in Raleigh, NC. The company is focused on developing comprehensive, enterprise-class, public safety software solutions exclusively to Fire and EMS Departments.
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closed 12/18/2019 via Company Press Release

ESO Solutions, acquired Lancet Technology

synopsis: ESO, the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services, has acquired Lancet Technology, a company that provides innovative data solutions with two primary products: Trauma One, a trauma registry solution that collects and analyzes trauma related data, and Fire-Rescue One, a fire-incident reporting system.
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO is dedicated to improving community health and safety through the power of data. Since its founding in 2004, the company continues to pioneer innovative, user-friendly software to meet the changing needs of today’s EMS agencies, fire departments, and hospitals. "
target: Lancet Technology
Lancet provides cost-effective, flexible and innovative data solutions. Their primary products are Trauma One, a trauma registry solution that has the power to easily collect and analyze trauma related data, and Fire-Rescue One, the most flexible fire-incident reporting system.
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closed 12/11/2019 via PR Web

ESO Solutions, acquired Clinical Data Management, Inc.

synopsis: ESO, the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments and hospitals, has acquired Clinical Data Management (CDM), a leader in trauma registry software. CDM's TraumaBase solution helps hospitals navigate through the process of trauma data collection, evaluations, transmission, and review.
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO is dedicated to improving community health and safety through the power of data. Since its founding in 2004, the company continues to pioneer innovative, user-friendly software to meet the changing needs of today’s EMS agencies, fire departments, and hospitals. "
target: Clinical Data Management, Inc.
Clinical Data Management (CDM) is a leader in trauma registry software. CDM's TraumaBase solution helps hospitals navigate through the process of trauma data collection, evaluations, transmission, and review. Their systems verify hospital data to meet state or regional data collection requirements.
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closed 12/11/2019 via PR Web

ESO Solutions, acquired Digital Innovation, Inc.

synopsis: ESO, the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments and hospitals, has acquired Digital Innovation (DI), a full service software solutions provider that specializes in the design and development of medical registries, case management and related database apps.
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO is dedicated to improving community health and safety through the power of data. Since its founding in 2004, the company continues to pioneer innovative, user-friendly software to meet the changing needs of today’s EMS agencies, fire departments, and hospitals. "
target: Digital Innovation, Inc.
Digital Innovation (DI) is a software solutions provider that specializes in the design and development of medical registries, case management and related database apps. DI provides data management and analysis products, as well as numerous software engineering and app development services.
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closed 7/10/2019 via PR Web

ESO Solutions, acquired Station Check

synopsis: ESO, a software company serving emergency medical services, fire departments and hospitals, has acquired Station Check, a company that helps agencies and departments achieve preparedness, compliance, and accountability. Station Check's asset management, workflow, and checklist software keeps businesses aligned and ready for what's next.
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO is dedicated to improving community health and safety through the power of data. Since its founding in 2004, the company continues to pioneer innovative, user-friendly software to meet the changing needs of today’s EMS agencies, fire departments, and hospitals. "
target: Station Check
Station Check helps agencies and departments achieve the highest standard of preparedness, compliance, and accountability. Station Check's asset management, workflow, and checklist software is powerful and easy to use, keeping businesses aligned and ready for what's next.
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closed 4/25/2019 via BusinessWire

ESO Solutions, acquired eCore Software Inc.

synopsis: ESO, the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments and hospitals, announced the acquisition of eCore Software, a company that provides workforce productivity solutions to public service organizations like EMS operations, fire and police departments, 911 dispatch agencies and hospitals.
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO is dedicated to improving community health and safety through the power of data. Since its founding in 2004, the company continues to pioneer innovative, user-friendly software to meet the changing needs of today’s EMS agencies, fire departments, and hospitals. "
target: eCore Software Inc.
eCore Software Inc. provides workforce productivity solutions to public service organizations like EMS operations, fire and police departments, 911 dispatch agencies and hospitals, currently serving agencies in 46 states, Canada, and Australia.
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closed 10/3/2017 via PR Newswire

ESO Solutions, acquired FIREHOUSE Software

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc., the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services, fire departments and hospitals, announced it has acquired the FIREHOUSE Software business and suite of records emergency management products from Conduent Government Systems, LLC., a wholly owned subsidiary of Conduent, Incorporated.
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO Solutions, Inc. is dedicated to improving community health through the power of data. Its healthcare, public safety and technology experts provide the most innovative software solutions on the market, including the industry-leading ESO Electronic Health Record (EHR) software. "
target parent: Conduent Business Services
target: FIREHOUSE Software
FIREHOUSE Software is the nation’s most trusted and most widely used fire and EMS records management system. FIREHOUSE Software is designed to make records entry and records management as easy as possible for fire departments and EMS agencies of all sizes.
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closed 8/23/2017 via Company Press Release

ESO Solutions, acquired SafetyPAD

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc. announced that it has acquired SafetyPAD. SafetyPAD is a fully integrated, enterprise-wide information management solution for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and fire services requiring comprehensive electronic documentation and information management (ePCR).
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO Solutions, Inc. is dedicated to improving community health through the power of data. Its healthcare, public safety and technology experts provide the most innovative software solutions on the market, including the industry-leading ESO Electronic Health Record (EHR) software. "
target: SafetyPAD
SafetyPAD is a fully integrated, enterprise-wide information management solution for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and fire services requiring comprehensive electronic documentation and information management (ePCR).
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Accel-KKR, purchased a minority stake in ESO Solutions

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of software to emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments, hospitals and healthcare professionals nationwide, announced that it has received a growth equity investment from Accel-KKR, a leading technology-focused private equity firm.
buyer parent: Austin Ventures, L.P.
buyer: Accel-KKR
Accel-KKR is a technology-focused investment firm with $4.0 billion in capital commitments to its current funds. The firm invests in software and IT enabled businesses well-positioned for topline and bottom-line growth. "
target: ESO Solutions
ESO Solutions, Inc. is dedicated to improving community health through the power of data. Its healthcare, public safety and technology experts provide the most innovative software solutions on the market, including the industry-leading ESO Electronic Health Record (EHR) software.
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closed 7/22/2015 via BNC Analysis

ESO Solutions, acquired Emergency Technologies, Inc.

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc., the leading provider in software and interoperability solutions aimed at the prehospital healthcare market, announced the acquisition of Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI), a company that offers vertical software solutions for Fire and EMS professionals.
buyer: ESO Solutions
The ESO Solutions team brings together industry leaders in EMS, software design and information technology to create electronic patient care reporting and other software solutions for public and private emergency medical services and Fire organizations nationwide. "
target: Emergency Technologies, Inc.
Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI) was founded in 1995, and is headquartered in Raleigh, NC. The company is focused on developing comprehensive, enterprise-class, public safety software solutions exclusively to Fire and EMS Departments.
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closed 8/29/2014 via PR Web

ESO Solutions, acquired JefBar

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc. announces the acquisition of JefBar Software Services. The JefBar Software Services suite of products are designed for the specific needs of ambulance companies and are dynamic tools for emergency responders, but also work extremely well for scheduling and dispatching routine medical transport.
buyer: ESO Solutions
The ESO Solutions team brings together industry leaders in EMS, software design and information technology to create electronic patient care reporting and other software solutions for public and private emergency medical services and Fire organizations nationwide. "
target: JefBar
The JefBar Software Services suite of products are designed for the specific needs of ambulance companies and are dynamic tools for emergency responders, but also work extremely well for scheduling and dispatching routine medical transport.
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closed 3/3/2010 via Company Press Release

ESO Solutions, acquired Poly Lingo

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc., an industry leader in total software solutions for emergency medical services and fire departments, announced that it has acquired the assets and operations of Poly Lingo, a developer of translation software for use by paramedics and EMTs.
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO Solutions, Inc., a software as a service company, provides electronic patient care reporting (ePCR) software and billing services to EMS and fire organizations. "
target: Poly Lingo
Poly Lingo is an extremely cost effective interpretation software program that is used by EMS professionals in the field when a language barrier exists. It helps diagnosis and treat patients and there’s no need to learn another language.
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ESO Solutions, acquired Emergency Technologies, Inc.

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc., the leading provider in software and interoperability solutions aimed at the prehospital healthcare market, announced the acquisition of Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI), a company that offers vertical software solutions for Fire and EMS professionals.
buyer: ESO Solutions
The ESO Solutions team brings together industry leaders in EMS, software design and information technology to create electronic patient care reporting and other software solutions for public and private emergency medical services and Fire organizations nationwide. "
target: Emergency Technologies, Inc.
Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI) was founded in 1995, and is headquartered in Raleigh, NC. The company is focused on developing comprehensive, enterprise-class, public safety software solutions exclusively to Fire and EMS Departments.
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Monterro, acquired Bliksund

synopsis: Monterro, a B2B software investor in the Nordics, has acquired a majority stake in Bliksund, a Norwegian software company focused on emergency services. Bliksund delivers cloud-based solutions that are tailored for emergency services. Their products include an electronic ambulance medical record system and an administrative information system.
buyer: Monterro
Stockholm-based Monterro is the leading B2B software investor in the Nordics, with a mission to turn Nordic software companies into market leaders. Their team has successfully developed and led companies such as Pointsec, Episerver, and Orc Software. "
target: Bliksund
Bliksund is a Norwegian software company focused on emergency services. Bliksund delivers cloud-based solutions that are tailored for emergency services. Their products include an electronic ambulance medical record system and an administrative information system.
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closed 12/18/2019 via Company Press Release

ESO Solutions, acquired Lancet Technology

synopsis: ESO, the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services, has acquired Lancet Technology, a company that provides innovative data solutions with two primary products: Trauma One, a trauma registry solution that collects and analyzes trauma related data, and Fire-Rescue One, a fire-incident reporting system.
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO is dedicated to improving community health and safety through the power of data. Since its founding in 2004, the company continues to pioneer innovative, user-friendly software to meet the changing needs of today’s EMS agencies, fire departments, and hospitals. "
target: Lancet Technology
Lancet provides cost-effective, flexible and innovative data solutions. Their primary products are Trauma One, a trauma registry solution that has the power to easily collect and analyze trauma related data, and Fire-Rescue One, the most flexible fire-incident reporting system.
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closed 7/10/2019 via PR Web

ESO Solutions, acquired Station Check

synopsis: ESO, a software company serving emergency medical services, fire departments and hospitals, has acquired Station Check, a company that helps agencies and departments achieve preparedness, compliance, and accountability. Station Check's asset management, workflow, and checklist software keeps businesses aligned and ready for what's next.
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO is dedicated to improving community health and safety through the power of data. Since its founding in 2004, the company continues to pioneer innovative, user-friendly software to meet the changing needs of today’s EMS agencies, fire departments, and hospitals. "
target: Station Check
Station Check helps agencies and departments achieve the highest standard of preparedness, compliance, and accountability. Station Check's asset management, workflow, and checklist software is powerful and easy to use, keeping businesses aligned and ready for what's next.
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closed 6/14/2019 via Company Press Release

Accumen Inc., acquired Halfpenny Technologies Inc.

synopsis: Accumen, a leading healthcare performance partner providing end-to-end strategy and services to drive value and long-term sustainability for clinical labs, has acquired Halfpenny Technologies, a leading provider of clinical data exchange and business intelligence solutions.
buyer parent: Arsenal Capital Partners
buyer: Accumen Inc.
Accumen is a leading healthcare performance partner providing end-to-end strategy and services to drive value and long-term sustainability for the clinical lab, outreach services, patient blood management, and imaging services. They offer health system partners consulting and execution solutions. "
target parent: Activate Venture Partners
target: Halfpenny Technologies Inc.
Halfpenny Technologies is a leading provider of clinical data exchange and business intelligence solutions. Their cloud‐based solutions provide clinicians, labs and hospitals with a secure infrastructure that supports care coordination, care management, regulatory requirements and data analysis.
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closed 3/6/2019 via Company Press Release

ZOLL Medical Corporation, acquired Golden Hour

synopsis: ZOLL Medical Corporation, an Asahi Kasei Group Company that manufactures medical devices and related software solutions, announced that it has acquired Golden Hour, Inc., a privately held company that delivers leading solutions for patient charting and revenue cycle management (RCM) to the EMS market.
buyer parent: Asahi Kasei Group
buyer: ZOLL Medical Corporation
ZOLL Medical Corporation, an Asahi Kasei Group company, develops and markets medical devices and software solutions that help advance emergency care and save lives, while increasing clinical and operational efficiencies. "
target: Golden Hour
Golden Hour delivers revenue cycle management (RCM) services to air transport agencies. Their platform enables customers to efficiently collect on claims and maximize revenue in the EMS market. Golden Hour is also the developer of emsCharts electronic patient care record software.
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announced 2/2/2018 via PR Newswire

Orange Business Services, will acquire Enovacom Group

synopsis: Orange Business Services has signed an agreement for the acquisition of Enovacom, a leading player in e-health on behalf of Orange Healthcare, its health subsidiary. Enovacom is a French software publisher whose business is dedicated to e-health.
buyer parent: Orange S.A.
buyer: Orange Business Services
Orange Business Services, the Orange branch dedicated to B2B services, is not only a telecom operator, but also an IT solutions integrator and applications developer in France and around the world. It supports companies in all areas of their digital transformation. "
target: Enovacom Group
Enovacom is a French software publisher whose business is dedicated to e-health. A leader in the sector and an expert in interoperability, Enovacom designed a software suite to facilitate the exchange, sharing and security of data between all players in the healthcare system.
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closed 2/22/2017 via Company Press Release

Groupe MNH, acquired ETIAM

synopsis: Groupe MNH announces a majority stake in the capital of ETIAM, which connects doctors with institutions requesting expertise, in real time and safely to deliver telediagnostics and teleconsultations. ETIAM-Connect is the leading multi-specialty telemedicine platform in France , with more than 20 million medical images transported per month.
buyer: Groupe MNH
Groupe MNH provides health insurance and services. The company was founded in 1960 and is based in France. "
target: ETIAM
ETIAM is the first integrated telemedicine service provider, allowing Health Professionals to enrich, store, visualize and share the patient medical record within and outside the hospital, in real time, simply and securely.
price ($mm)
rev ($mm)
$6
EBITDA ($mm)
EV / rev
0.0x
EV / EBITDA
closed 7/11/2016 via Company Press Release

Accel-KKR, purchased a minority stake in ESO Solutions

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of software to emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments, hospitals and healthcare professionals nationwide, announced that it has received a growth equity investment from Accel-KKR, a leading technology-focused private equity firm.
buyer parent: Austin Ventures, L.P.
buyer: Accel-KKR
Accel-KKR is a technology-focused investment firm with $4.0 billion in capital commitments to its current funds. The firm invests in software and IT enabled businesses well-positioned for topline and bottom-line growth. "
target: ESO Solutions
ESO Solutions, Inc. is dedicated to improving community health through the power of data. Its healthcare, public safety and technology experts provide the most innovative software solutions on the market, including the industry-leading ESO Electronic Health Record (EHR) software.
price ($mm)
$18
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closed 8/11/2010 via Market Wire

SmartRonix, Inc., acquired Cogon Systems, Inc.

synopsis: Smartronix, Inc., a global information technology and engineering solutions provider, announced that it has acquired Cogon Systems, Inc., to expand its growing health information technology portfolio. The new company operating as Cogon Systems, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Smartronix led by Cogon's current CEO, Dr. Huy Nguyen.
buyer: SmartRonix, Inc.
Smartronix is a global professional solutions provider specializing in NetOps, Cyber Security, Enterprise Software Solutions, Mission Focused Engineering, and Health IT. "
target: Cogon Systems, Inc.
Cogon Systems Inc. is a Pensacola, Florida-based healthcare software company that provides hospitals with leading-edge information technology solutions. Cogon Systems raises the standard for patient safety and clinical efficiency through data integration and mobile technology.
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closed 3/24/2021 via PR Web

Emergency Reporting Systems, acquired Medusa Medical Technologies

synopsis: Emergency Reporting, the global leader in cloud-based reporting and records management software (RMS) for fire, EMS, and other emergency response agencies, has acquired Medusa Medical Technologies. Medusa Medical Technologies provides electronic patient care solutions to emergency response and EMS agencies around the world.
buyer: Emergency Reporting Systems
Emergency Reporting's (ER), mission is to empower first responders worldwide with fast and easy-to-use technology that provides the data needed to keep other safe. Their Records Management and Reporting Software act as the centralized ecosystem that powers an agency’s entire operation. "
target: Medusa Medical Technologies
Medusa, based in Canada, is focused on providing an electronic patient care reporting (ePCR) solution that customers are easily adapting for global use. Millions of ePCRs being charted by thousands of Siren users in different languages each year.
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closed 9/30/2020 via PR Newswire

Valsoft Corp, acquired Interdev Technologies

synopsis: Valsoft Corporation Inc., a Montreal-based company that specializes in the acquisition and development of vertical market software companies, has aquired Interdev Technologies, which offers integrated medical reporting software for Emergency Services.
buyer: Valsoft Corp
Valsoft Corporation is a Canadian company that acquires and develops vertical market software companies. Valsoft enables each business to deliver the best mission-critical solutions for customers in their respective industry or niche. "
target: Interdev Technologies
Interdev Technologies offers integrated medical reporting software for Emergency Services. They keep your team and your data in sync with a suite of medical reporting platforms that eliminate paperwork, save time and consolidate data across different systems.
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announced 11/25/2020 via BNC Analysis

Asolvi, will acquire TIVAPP

synopsis: Asolvi, a European provider of field service and contract management software, will acquire TIVAPP, a German field service solution for the fire protection and security sector. TIVAPP is a mobile and cloud-based app that provides solutions for inventory, maintenance, testing documentation, and accounting.
buyer parent: Volpi Capital
buyer: Asolvi
Norway-based Asolvi is a provider of service management software for SMEs in the European field service industry. Their products, Evatic, Tesseract, and WinServ, are used in 30 countries by 800 customers, managing thousands of engineers, millions of contracts, and tens of millions of service tasks. "
target: TIVAPP
TIVAPP a German field service solution for the fire protection sector. TIVAPP is a mobile and cloud-based app that provides solutions for inventory, maintenance, testing documentation, and accounting. Their software enables fire protection specialists to modernise their processes and keep costs low.
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closed 1/29/2020 via Company Press Release

Halma plc, acquired FireMate Software Pty. Ltd.

synopsis: Halma, the global group of life-saving technology companies, has acquired FireMate Software, an Australian company based in Brisbane which provides cloud-based fire protection maintenance software to fire contractors. Features include asset maintenance, billing, scheduling, quoting and more.
buyer: Halma plc (LSE:HLMA:$1,814.09)
Halma is a global group of life-saving technology companies, focused on creating a safer, cleaner and healthier future for people worldwide. They operate in four sectors: Process Safety, Infrastructure Safety, Environmental & Analysis and Medical. "
target: FireMate Software Pty. Ltd.
FireMate Software Pty. Ltd. is an Australian company based in Brisbane which provides cloud-based fire protection maintenance software to fire contractors. Features include asset maintenance, billing, scheduling, quoting and more.
price ($mm)
$8.15*
rev ($mm)
$2
EBITDA ($mm)
EV / rev
9.3x
EV / EBITDA
closed 2/6/2019 via Company Press Release

Vector Solutions, acquired Halligan, Inc

synopsis: Vector Solutions, the leader in industry-focused eLearning and performance support solutions, has acquired Halligan, the innovative developers of a leading mobile application for public safety agencies that streamlines routine maintenance inspections of trucks, tools, medical supplies, drugs, and other items logged in inventory records.
buyer parent: Golden Gate Capital
buyer: Vector Solutions
Vector Solutions, a leader in eLearning and performance support, provides award-winning SaaS solutions for the architecture, engineering, construction, industrial, facilities management, public safety, IT and education industries. "
target: Halligan, Inc
Halligan is the easy and secure solution paid and volunteer fire departments across the nation trust for truck checks. With features ranging from apparatus checks, work orders, equipment management and budgeting, Halligan saves money while saving time.
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closed 10/1/2018 via BusinessWire

Tyler Technologies, Inc., acquired MobileEyes

synopsis: Tyler Technologies, Inc. announced it has acquired TradeMaster, Inc., commonly known in the industry as MobileEyes, a company that develops software to improve public safety by supporting fire prevention and suppression, emergency response, and structural safety.
buyer: Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TYL:$1,116.66)
Tyler Technologies is a leading provider of end-to-end information management solutions and services for local governments. Tyler partners with clients to empower the public sector to become more efficient, more accessible and more responsive to the needs of their constituents. "
target: MobileEyes
MobileEyes is a company that develops software to improve public safety by supporting fire prevention and suppression, emergency response, and structural safety. MobileEyes offers applications specifically targeted at fire marshals and fire prevention departments.
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closed 10/3/2017 via PR Newswire

ESO Solutions, acquired FIREHOUSE Software

synopsis: ESO Solutions, Inc., the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services, fire departments and hospitals, announced it has acquired the FIREHOUSE Software business and suite of records emergency management products from Conduent Government Systems, LLC., a wholly owned subsidiary of Conduent, Incorporated.
buyer: ESO Solutions
ESO Solutions, Inc. is dedicated to improving community health through the power of data. Its healthcare, public safety and technology experts provide the most innovative software solutions on the market, including the industry-leading ESO Electronic Health Record (EHR) software. "
target parent: Conduent Business Services
target: FIREHOUSE Software
FIREHOUSE Software is the nation’s most trusted and most widely used fire and EMS records management system. FIREHOUSE Software is designed to make records entry and records management as easy as possible for fire departments and EMS agencies of all sizes.
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closed 2/3/2014 via BusinessWire

Tekis, purchased Alarmos from S-Group Solutions AB

synopsis: Addnode Group's subsidiary Tekis acquires Alarmos, a product of S-Group Solutions. S-GROUP Solutions is a company specialized on creating modern and efficient IT support for public organizations. Its product Alarmos is a management system for fire and rescue departments.
buyer parent: AddNode AB
buyer: Tekis
Tekis AB offers information technology services which delivers business systems to municipalities. "
seller: S-Group Solutions AB
S-GROUP Solutions is a company specialized on creating modern and efficient IT support for public organizations. Its product Alarmos is a management system for fire and rescue departments.
price ($mm)
rev ($mm)
$2
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announced 11/18/2013 via PR Newswire

SECURUS Technologies, Inc., will acquire Archonix Systems, LLC.

synopsis: Securus Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of inmate communications services and investigative technologies, announced the acquisition of Archonix Systems, LLC, the leading provider of jail management systems, emergency dispatch, court monitoring, and business intelligence systems.
buyer parent: Castle Harlan Inc.
buyer: SECURUS Technologies, Inc.
Securus Technologies, Inc. is one of the largest providers of detainee communications and information management solutions, serving approximately 2,200 correctional facilities and more than 850,000 inmates nationwide. "
target: Archonix Systems, LLC.
Archonix is a rapidly growing provider of advanced public safety software to Police Departments, Fire Departments, Correctional Institutions and other Public Safety Agencies. Archonix software has been utilized by public safety agencies now for over 20 years.
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closed 11/6/2013 via BusinessWire

Ten-Eight Inc., acquired Emergency Technologies, Inc.

synopsis: Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI), a leading provider of Fire and EMS software solutions, has recently been acquired by Ten-Eight (10-8) Inc., a company founded by Jeff Robertson, a previous member of ETI’s Board of Directors.
buyer: Ten-Eight Inc.
Mr. Jeff Robertson of  Ten-Eight (10-8) Inc.  was managing partner at Robertson & Associates, and a previous member of ETI’s Board of Directors. He also served as Vice President and General Manager of Intergraph’s US public safety division. "
target: Emergency Technologies, Inc.
Emergency Technologies, Inc. (ETI) was founded in 1995, and is headquartered in Raleigh, NC. The company is focused on developing comprehensive, enterprise-class, public safety software solutions exclusively to Fire and EMS Departments.
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