Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Acquisitive Ideagen makes second swoop of 2024

Nottingham-headquartered Ideagen, a provider of software solutions to regulated and high compliance industries, has strengthened its support to safety on the frontline with the acquisition of the innovative cloud applications company InPhase.

Specializing in developing comprehensive mobile applications for reporting incidents, conducting audits and ensuring quality assurance, InPhase’s solutions play a key role in healthcare and the public sector, notably within the UK National Health Service (NHS).

Speaking about the acquisition Ben Dorks, CEO of Ideagen, said: “InPhase work with those on the very frontline of some of our most critical services such as emergency responders and the NHS.

“These people, who hold our lives in their hands, need easy to use, accurate, mobile software that helps them carry out their tasks quickly, accurately and with the highest levels of safety and compliance. This is what InPhase does and they’re a perfect addition to the Ideagen suite of solutions.”

Echoing this sentiment, Robert Hobbs, the founder of InPhase, said: “Joining the Ideagen family marks a significant milestone in our journey, representing a momentous chapter in our ongoing story.

“We’re thrilled about the opportunity to leverage Ideagen’s global resources in support, infrastructure and heritage working with healthcare providers, government agencies and regulators.

“As part of Ideagen, our team is really looking forward to driving technological advancements in the healthcare sector and beyond. This isn’t just about expanding our reach; it’s about making a meaningful impact on regulated industries through innovative technology.”

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