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Banyan Software Announces Acquisition of Next Chapter Technology

By ET Bureau - July 15, 2021 2 Mins Read

Banyan Software, Inc., a company focused on acquiring, building and growing great enterprise software businesses, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Next Chapter Technology, a company that provides document and forms management software to county governments.

Headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Next Chapter has lightened the workload and increased productivity for county Health and Human Services departments across the state of Minnesota with CaseWorks, its purpose-built Electronic Document Management System (EDMS). Since 2008, CaseWorks has helped a growing number of counties smoothly transition to a more efficient paperless system and streamline their entire workflow.

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“Next Chapter has built a phenomenal product and forged excellent customer relationships by focusing on the unique needs of its county government customer base,” says David Berkal, CEO, Banyan Software. “We are very pleased to welcome Next Chapter to the Banyan family of companies and look forward to continuing to invest in the company and it’s unique set of products.”

“We are excited to partner with Banyan to continue building our legacy and supporting our customers,” says Vaughn Mulcrone, Founder of NextChapter. “As we look towards the future, we know that Banyan shares our vision of continuing to grow the product within Minnesota and beyond.”

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