Anju Software acquires OmniComm Systems


On July 16, 2019, OmniComm Systems (OTCQX: OMCM) announced that it entered into a merger agreement with Anju Software.

OmniComm is a healthcare technology company that provides web-based electronic data capture and eClinical solutions and related value-added services to pharmaceutical and biotech companies, contract research organizations, and other clinical trial sponsors principally located in the United States, Europe, and East Asia. OmniComm’s proprietary EDC and eClinical software applications – TrialMaster®, TrialOne®, eClinical Suite, Promasys®, IRTMaster, AutoEncoder, and Acuity – allow clinical trial sponsors and investigative sites to securely collect, validate, transmit, and analyze clinical trial data.

Anju is a provider of data and application software to life sciences companies, contract research organizations, and medical device manufacturers. Anju’s software aides in workflow management, data collection, communications management, and decision-making processes throughout the life sciences value chain.


The merger of OmniComm and Anju positions the combined organization as a leader in the eClinical solutions market, with particular expertise in electronic data capture and eSource. OmniComm’s solutions, including its flagship TrialMaster® and TrialOne® products, will complement Anju’s existing solution suite.

“Our merger with Anju represents the next chapter in OmniComm’s evolution, starting as a systems integrations company and growing into a global provider of software and services for the Life Sciences community,” commented Randall Smith, Founder and Executive Vice Chairman of OmniComm. “OmniComm will help bolster Anju’s current product portfolio and we believe that Anju’s customer base will embrace OmniComm’s eClinical solutions, helping to accelerate growth.”

Crosstree’s Role

Crosstree acted as the exclusive financial advisor to OmniComm.


Pharma Services
Healthcare Technology


Merger and Acquisition

Deal Tags

Clinical Trials
Data Science
Pharma Development
Patient and Site Engagement