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Tom Sechler: MicroPact Merges with Iron Data for Gov’t BPM Market Push

acquisition, mergerMicroPact and Iron Data Solutions have merged through a deal of an undisclosed amount in a bid to grow their case and business process management software products and support services for the public sector.

The combined entity will operate under the MicroPact name and be led by CEO Tom Sechler and President Kris Collo, MicroPact said Tuesday.

Sechler said the Herndon, Virginia-based company aims to help federal, state and local government organizations transform their BPM and case management functions with technology.

Dan Smith and Mike Cerniglia will respectively serve as chief financial officer and chief technology officer.

The integrated portfolio comprises Iron Data’s regulatory, licensing and human services case management applications and MicroPact’s entellitrak platform that is equipped with document management, natural language analytics and mobility modules.

MicroPact now employs almost 600 staff members across the U.S., Canada and the Philippines.

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