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Superion, TriTech, Zuercher, and Aptean’s Public Sector Business to form CentralSquare Technologies

With over 7,500 clients and nearly 2,000 employees, CentralSquare Technologies will have the #1 market position in public safety software and the #2 market position in public administration software
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TriTech Showcases Interconnected Technology at APCO

LAS VEGAS, NV – Today, public safety agencies increasingly respond to major incidents requiring a coordinated response across law enforcement, fire, and EMS. This means joint planning and interconnected technology that enable cross-agency communications and real-time data exchange. Tritech and Zuercher will showcase their latest solutions for interconnected technology for coordinated response and enhanced field operations at the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) 84th Annual Conference and Expo in Las Vegas from August 6-7, 2018.
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Superion, TriTech and Aptean’s Public Sector Business Will Merge to Make Communities Safer, Smarter

The new software company will support existing products and invest in developing technologies that reduce the number of victims of crimes and disasters and increase engagement with local government
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TriTech Software Systems to be Recapitalized by Bain Capital Private Equity

SAN DIEGO, CA – May 31, 2018 — TriTech Software Systems, the leader in public safety technology, today announced the signing of a definitive agreement to be recapitalized by Bain Capital Private Equity, a leading global private investment firm. Financial terms of the private transaction were not disclosed.
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Virginia State Conservation Agencies Choose Zuercher Suite

SIOUX FALLS, SD (May 7, 2018) The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation have selected a complete Zuercher Suite software system for CAD and records, which includes mobile software and fully integrated eCitations that can be used by officers who work remotely across the state.
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Zuercher Technologies Expands with Acquisition of MetroAlert

SIOUX FALLS, SD (April 17, 2018) – Zuercher Technologies, a TriTech company, is excited to announce the acquisition of MetroAlert, which provides software to police agencies in nearly every county in Pennsylvania and several in New Jersey. This addition of MetroAlert employees and customers advances Zuercher’s mission of raising the bar for what small to medium public safety agencies can expect from their software providers. The shared approach of strong customer service with additional resources and industry expertise will further strengthen the overall Zuercher/MetroAlert offering.
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Zuercher CAD+911 Brings Seamless Integration Efficiencies to Grant Parish

SIOUX FALLS, SD (March 9, 2018) – Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office in Louisiana is the first agency to go live with Zuercher CAD+911, an innovative solution that brings together Zuercher CAD and Zuercher 911 for time savings and interoperability.
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St. Charles Parish Selects Zuercher Suite Software

The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office of Louisiana has opted to purchase a Zuercher Suite software system. The agency will use Zuercher’s highly configurable software for records and jail management, administration, civil process service, and more.
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First Agency Goes Live with Zuercher Field Ops Mobile Application

Sioux Falls, SD (December 27, 2017) – Detroit Lakes Police Department is the first agency to go live with Zuercher Technologies’ innovative new mobile application, Field Ops. The central Minnesota agency says that the application is already “revolutionizing” how they collect digital evidence in the field.
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Rome Police Department Opts for Zuercher Suite Software

The Rome Police Department of Georgia has selected Zuercher Suite software, joining the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office for a shared system of records management and mobile software. The new system will facilitate data sharing between the Rome and Floyd County Police, the sheriff’s office, and the Floyd County E911 Communications Center.
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