Nashville-based eMids Technologies has secured its first institutional investment, a $13.3 million round from Council Capital and Robert W. Baird's private-equity group. President and CEO Saurab Sinha tells E.J. Boyer he plans to use some of the cash to buy other health care technology consulting firms: "Given the momentum in the industry and what we were seeing our competitors do, we felt like we had a window to grow even more rapidly. That's sort of made us decide in going down this route and being a little more aggressive about this state of growth."
Nashville-based information technology provider emids Technologies announced today it has partnered with Texas-based ZeOmega, Inc., to develop mobile applications for ZeOmega client sites across the country.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed in a release.
The partnership is designed to “encourage collaboration on proof-of-concept projects,” according to the company statement.
Specifically, the partnership will focus on development of mobility applications for Jiva and development of innovative extensions for Jiva at payer and provider customers, leveraging integration expertise, services and solutions for Jiva implementations at multiple ZeOmega customer sites.
“Entering into strategic partnerships with highly regarded companies such as ZeOmega means that we can offer our customers increased value and a different perspective,” said Saurabh Sinha, emids CEO. “These partnerships are not only a benefit to our customers, but they are also a key component of our growth strategy."
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