Muncie Tech Company Announces Acquisition

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Muncie-based Ontario Systems LLC has announced an acquisition. Chief Executive Officer Ron Fauquher says the deal for New Mexico-based Justice Systems Inc. "is about growth and seizing a strong market opportunity." JSI provides court case management and court system payment software. Ontario Systems' revenue cycle management software is for healthcare, accounts receivable management and government customers and Fauquher says "combining our people, products, and market strategies provides tremendous benefits to the markets we jointly and uniquely serve."

Ontario Systems says the acquisition and merging of the two companies will create "a closed loop payment and enterprise workflow solution" for court officials like prosecutors and public defenders. Vice President Jay Moorman says "our product and market strategies are complementary in important ways. By blending products that focus on different parts of the court case workflow and payment processing spectrum, we are providing a collaborative solution where this market currently has a gap."

JSI CEO Ernie Sego calls the combination "an exciting opportunity" for both organizations. "Joining forces with a company who shares our philosophy where people and customers come first was my top priority and we found that with Ontario Systems," he said in a news release. "By combining products, talent, innovation and strategy, we take steps forward as an organization that presents new opportunities to our teams and our industry."

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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