NovaLIS Technologies a provider of integrated land records management solutions has announced the acquisition of Cott-Charlotte, the North Carolina-based Division of Cott Systems. Cott-Charlotte has existed as a division of Cott Systems for 15 years with responsibilities for the development and delivery of Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal (CAMA), Tax Billing, Collection, and Motor Vehicles software modules.
The acquisition allowed both companies to achieve goals. NovaLIS’ growing presence in the mass appraisal software industry has been dramatic in the past 18 months. Combined with a similar acquisition in 2001 and its own Assessment Office install base, NovaLIS now has more than 120 CAMA software customers. NovaLIS’ software is characterized by openness and flexibility that facilitates the migration of legacy systems, especially if maintaining the appraisal methods in these systems is a goal.
“The acquisition by NovaLIS provides our clients with a set of new, modern, GIS-based technology and a migration path from our current software products. This partnership will provide a win-win solution for our clients. They will be able to quickly and effectively upgrade to the latest CAMA, GIS, and work flow technology from NovaLIS,” says Perry Brown, Division Manager, Cott Systems.