Cloud-based home care software vendor AlayaCare has acquired aged, community and disability software provider Procura.
Procura, which was founded in 1989, has operations in Australia and Canada. It is a division of Complia Health, a global provider of enterprise software for long-term and post-acute care organisations.
The acquisition sees Procura’s 200-odd customers and leadership team join forces with AlayaCare, which also has offices in Canada and Australia.
AlayaCare CEO and founder Adrian Schauer said they were thrilled to welcome the Procura team and clients.
“This acquisition enables us to offer an unrivalled solution set to organisations of all sizes around the world, strengthening our vision of becoming the world’s most trusted home and community care technology provider,” Mr Schauer said.
“AlayaCare and Procura both share an unwavering commitment to deliver innovative technology built for the sole purpose of enabling organisations to support better patient outcomes,” Schauer said.
AlayaCare has been providing its technology to home and community care organisations in Canada, the United States and Australia since launching in 2014.
AlayaCare said its newly expanded platform extended its market reach to include residential aged care providers, offering a more robust solution to Australia and New Zealand providers.
Procura general manager Scott Overhill will continue to oversee the Procura division at AlayaCare and Procura Australia general manager Garry Neale will also remain in his role.
Former Complia Health chief technology officer Isaac Alexander will join the executive team as chief architect.
Mr Overhill said Procura was built on a solid foundation offering a deep and comprehensive solution.
“The combination of Procura’s team talent, market expertise and product features will amplify the value AlayaCare delivers to customers,” he said.
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