Emergency Communications Network has purchased San Diego-based notification systems and response software provider MIR3 for an undisclosed sum in an effort to address customer demand for software communications platforms.
David DiGiacomo, president and CEO of ECN, said in a statement released Monday the purchase will help ECN expand its footprint in the unified critical communications market as well as offer enterprise clients a cloud platform-as-a-service that works to equip software applications with communication functions.
MIR3 Chairman and CEO Amir Moussavian will step down from his dual role as a result of the acquisition, ECN noted.
Orlando, Florida-based ECN is a portfolio company of private equity firm Veritas Capital and works to provide clients with notification services through its CodeRED platform.
MIR3 provides software platforms, such as Intelligent Notification and TelAlert, designed to help government and corporate clients facilitate communication and collaboration across various areas, such as crisis management, corporate communications, information technology service management and customer relations.