Bill Madison: LexisNexis Adds to Online Reporting Portfolio With Coplogic Acquisition

acquisitionLexisNexis Risk Solutions has bought citizen online reporting software firm Coplogic for an undisclosed sum in a move to integrate Coplogic’s technology into the eCrash traffic accident data management.

Bill Madison, LexisNexis chief executive for insurance, said Tuesday the company aims to offer a single electronic crash and police reports platform through the acquisition.

“Providing a service that enables citizens to submit incident reports electronically saves significant time for law enforcement and the individual, ” Madison added.

Coplogic’s DeskOfficer Online Reporting System works to help the public submit and access reports on vehicular accidents, theft and vandalism.

The web-based tool is used by 450 law enforcement agencies throughout North America, according to LexisNexis.

LexisNexis says the transaction also covers Coplogic’s Law Enforcement Automated Personnel System and Overtime Manager and Scheduling System.

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