Versaterm Acquires eJust Systems
Wednesday, July 14, 2021 | Comments

Versaterm Public Safety acquired eJust Systems, a provider of charge management systems (CMS) solutions between law enforcement and the court system.

The transaction is the second in a series of strategic acquisitions completed by Versaterm as the company continues to expand the functionality, depth and utility of its software suite for its police, fire and EMS customers. The first acquisition, Versaterm’s purchase of Baltimore-based Adashi Systems, a leading provider of software for first responders, was announced on June 13.

Versaterm, a Banneker Partners portfolio company, expects to acquire other solution providers in the months to come, ensuring its public-safety platform remains at the forefront of innovation for those sworn to serve, given today’s increasingly complex operational demands and reporting requirements, the company said.

“Versaterm and eJust share a well-established history of leveraging innovative technology to support the effectiveness of thousands of police officers,” said Versaterm CEO Warren Loomis. “This acquisition represents an important opportunity to ensure our police customers can utilize best-in-class software to streamline the cruiser-to-court collection and packaging of documentation required for prosecution.”

With more than one million charges processed using its CMS platform since 1994, eJust’s solution manages the investigative content sourced by the police records management system (RMS), transforms that content from an Investigative perspective to a prosecutorial perspective and manages its electronic disclosure to prosecutors.

“eJust has achieved success through enabling its police customers to efficiently and accurately transform the unique case-specific incident content and manage the disclosure required for thousands of prosecutions,” said eJust Systems President Anne McDougall. “Becoming part of the Versaterm family represents a milestone 20 years in the making. We look forward to rapidly expanding the reach of eJust to more police customers in the future.”

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

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