MIS Group and ERG, two resellers of Sage Software headquartered in Dallas, have announced a merger.

Financial terms were not disclosed.

As a result of the union, the new company's combined projected revenues for 2006 will be roughly $27 million, with an employee base of 150. Over the next six months, ERG will do business as ERG, an MIS Group Co., and subsequently transition to the MIS brand by Jan. 1, 2007.

MIS Group is composed of a trio of companies, including Dallas-based CBSI, Denver's Tundra Data the Las Vegas-based Micronet.

Robert Muir will remain as chief executive of MIS Group while ERG head Greg Boyd will become MIS Group president, reporting to Muir.

The combined operation will offer small and midsized companies technology services including needs assessment, business planning, networking, custom programming, training and end-to-end software systems. Those software systems include integrated telephony, customer relationship management, accounting and human resources, as well as serving the specialized needs of construction companies, professional service firms, distributors and manufacturers.

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