CentralSquare Technologies Merges 4 Companies to Provide Public-Safety Software
Monday, September 10, 2018 | Comments

CentralSquare Technologies — formed by the merger of Superion, TriTech Software Systems and Zuercher Technologies — launched as a provider of public sector software. The completed merger brings together the three companies with the public sector and healthcare business of Aptean.

CentralSquare provides technology solutions that help more than 7,500 public sector agencies deliver vital safety and administrative services to three out of every four residents of the U.S. and Canada. CentralSquare’s mission is to innovate on behalf of the public sector to create the broadest and most agile software platform to help solve some of the most pressing issues facing local governments today.

“Every one of our clients — and by extension, the communities they serve — wins,” said Simon Angove, CEO of CentralSquare Technologies. “By coming together as CentralSquare, we strengthen our commitment to delivering the broadest, smartest and most unified software platform for public safety and public administration agencies. Our combined experience and resources, a deep bench of talent and a sharp focus on innovation solely for the public sector will enable us to provide solutions that build safer and smarter communities.”

CentralSquare Technologies will support all products from each business while investing in the development of new and advanced technology solutions. Further, the merged company will be able to provide better customer service through a much larger support organization that can smartly address customer needs across geographic areas and time zones. Over the coming weeks, CentralSquare will host a number of webinars and roadshows to further communicate upcoming innovations across all product lines.

The name, CentralSquare Technologies, emphasizes putting citizens at the center of everything the new company offers. A central square is a place where citizens interact with their government, whether it be at city hall, a police or fire station, or a hospital. “To square” reflects taking communities to the next level, and the four corners of a square refer to the four brands that are coming together to form CentralSquare Technologies.

In July, Superion, TriTech and Aptean entered into a definitive agreement to create a new business focused on building software for critical issues facing local governments. TriTech bought Zuercher Technologies in 2015.

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