Harris’ Local Government Division Acquires S&W MiniComputers Inc.

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Harris’ Local Government Division Acquires S&W MiniComputers Inc.

Niagara Falls, NY, December 22, 2018 – Harris’ Local Government division (HLG) announced today that it has completed the acquisition of S&W MiniComputers Inc. (S&W). S&W provides specialized software that automates many of the financial and operational processes within the counties of Alabama. S&W’s products and services will complement the HLG portfolio within this market. HLG will continue to develop, sell, implement, and support the S&W applications.

Joe LaBuda, Executive Vice President of Harris’ Local Government group commented, “the acquisition of S&W expands our market presence in the state of Alabama. We are very pleased to add such a strong platform and technical expertise to our portfolio of local government solutions. I welcome the S&W team to our HLG family.”

About Harris Local Government

For over 30 years Harris Local Government has empowered public sector leaders by providing specialized, mission-critical software designed specifically to meet their fund accounting, human resources, regulatory, and billing needs. Our portfolio of innovative solutions combined with our staff’s extensive experience allows us to help our clients revolutionize their internal processes so they can serve their communities better.

We proudly serve over 5,500 small and mid-sized municipalities, counties, utility districts, park districts and libraries throughout the United States reducing financial risk and driving efficiencies.

Harris Local Government is a division of Harris Computer Corporation and its parent company, Constellation Software, which serves over 125,000 customers in over 100 countries relying on its innovative public and private sector software solutions.


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