Dallas Software Firm Sells to Austin-based Electronic Medical Records Company

Electronic medical records software company ESO is expanding its offerings with the acquisition of a Dallas-based firm.Austin-based ESO said the purchase of eCore Software extends the breadth of ESO's product portfolio. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.ESO was founded in 2004 and provides electronic records, data and software management services for emergency medical services agencies, fire departments and hospitals. The company has more than 10,000 customers throughout North America.In 2016, ESO raised $17.6 million to expand sales, marketing and product development. Prior to that, the company received about $7 million from investors.Before starting ESO, co-founder and CEO Chris Dillie spent 15 years in emergency medical services, including a stint as district commander and quality manager for Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services.  Continue reading...

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