Private Equity – August 2021 Investment Trends
The trending private equity investment sectors for August 2021 were Software – Cloud and SaaS, Healthcare and Manufacturing.
Sample transactions for each category are highlighted below.
Software – Cloud & SaaS
Mainsail Partners invested in Centerbase (Dallas, TX, US), a cloud-based legal practice management system. Centerbase’s platform is highly configurable and includes native accounting, billing, timekeeping, matter management, document management, client communication tools, and reporting.
NexPhase Capital invested in Selerix Systems (McKinney, TX, US), a provider of SaaS-based benefits administration software. The company’s technology platform offers customers a full breadth of benefits administration functionality, including enrollments, compliance, decision support, and employee engagement.
Healthcare – Behavioral
Palladium Equity Partners invested in Health Connect America (Franklin, TN, US), a behavioral health services platform that treats a comprehensive mix of issues including conduct disorder, substance abuse, autism disorders and emotional disturbance.
Healthcare – Dental
Manufacturing – Food
PNC Riverarch Capital invested in Fresh Direct Produce (Vancouver, BC, Canada), a distributor of fresh, ethnic, tropical, organic, and specialty produce and their value-added services include ripening, grading, processing, machine packaging, and bagging.
Manufacturing – Power Supply
Graham Partners invested in Myers EPS (Bethlehem, PA, US), a designer and manufacturer of backup power solutions for emergency lighting and uninterrupted power supply systems. Myers EPS’ products include centralized and mini inverters, which supply power to critical end markets during an outage.
Private Equity Transactions
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