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ESO Acquires eCore Software for EMS Agencies, Fire Departments

PRESS RELEASE

 

Apr. 25—ESO, a data and software company serving emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments and hospitals, today announced the acquisition of eCore Software. The acquisition will extend ESO’s broad product portfolio and provide a one-stop shop to fulfill the needs of most EMS agencies and fire departments. ESO will retain eCore’s office in Dallas.

 

“The addition of eCore to our portfolio gives our customers access to a comprehensive suite of tools to help them improve efficiency all while focusing on what’s important—using software and data to improve the health and safety of their communities,” said Chris Dillie, President and CEO of ESO. “We believe this data is critical to help our customers manage work hours, paramedic and firefighter mental health, as well as other related topics.”

eCore provides an all-encompassing tool that delivers employee schedule management, online time clock and attendance, as well as payroll control. The software quickly generates and distributes employee schedules while providing channels to receive feedback from employees, as well as ensures that information is up-to-date and exact. The time and attendance solution allows organizations to compare posted schedules to actual attendance.

“We’re excited to be a part of the ESO family,” said Steven Turner, Executive Vice President from eCore Software. “ESO is driving the industry forward with its innovative approach to software and data insights, and we feel our scheduling platform can play a key role in helping organizations gain operational efficiencies while delivering quality care in their communities.”

 

eCore, founded in 1998, is based in Dallas, Texas and has been providing value to public service organizations like EMS operations and fire departments since that time.

 

Disclaimer: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the press release above belong solely to the company/vendor/author and do not necessarily reflect those of EMS World or HMP.

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