San Diego, California – June 1, 2016

Compliance software developer Tax Compliance, Inc. announced Tuesday, June 1 that it had acquired Indiana-based AppealTrack, a property tax appeal management software company.

“The acquisition of AppealTrack will benefit both our customers and organization, ” said Scott Strauss, TCI Chief Executive Officer. “AppealTrack enables us to service new clients in market segments that were previously difficult to access, affording us an opportunity to grow our business in the real property arena.”

Many property tax professionals rely on manual processes and less than sufficient information systems to run their practices. AppealTrack manages, monitors, and automates the property tax appeal process, focusing on common pain points like storing documents, managing staff workflow, and tracking multi-year appeals.

“Joining with TCI extends our ability to go even further than we already have,” said Doug Collins, AppealTrack founder. “We have a shared vision for where AppealTrack can go and what it can become, to ensure our users get the very best tools available to manage their property tax responsibilities.”

TCI’s existing products include PTMS, software that helps businesses manage personal and real property tax compliance and LicenseHQ, which provides management functionality specifically focused on licensing and permitting.


We’re a leading provider of tax, business process, and compliance management solutions for corporate property tax, property tax appeal, and business licensing and compliance work. We continue to be a market leader with a customer base of over 600 companies, including more than 50 of the Fortune 100®.

Our applications support the entire compliance life cycle, shedding inefficiencies and improving a compliance department’s ability to strategically use data to increase profitability and reduce risk, and are supported by our parent company, Corporation Service Company (CSC), a business, legal, and financial services provider.

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