Vapor Corp., December 2014

iOS Health Systems

IOS Health Systems has been acquired by Intermedix Corp.

  • Background: Headquartered in Miami, FL, IOS Health Systems is a leading innovator of cloud-based medical practice software platforms marketed under the Medios® brand. All of IOS’ products are provided as a Software as a Service (“SaaS”) offering and are fully integrated to address every aspect of the physician practice including clinical, financial, and patient engagement, by providing innovative solutions that enhance the way these organizations create, interact, and access health information technology.
  • Cassel Salpeter:
    • Served as exclusive financial advisor to the Company
    • Ran a competitive sales process, identifying and contacting over 100 strategic and financial parties
    • Provided assistance throughout all phases of the sales process, due diligence, and auction through closing
  • Challenges:
    • Successfully monetizing intellectual property and technology in the sales price
    • Navigation through three different technology audits in addition to the financial and operational due diligence
  • Outcome: In November 2014, IOS Health Systems, Inc. was sold to Intermedix Corp., a Fort Lauderdale, FL based healthcare services and solutions company, owned by Thomas H. Lee Partners.

Cadista

HF2 Financial Management Inc.

Med-Tek, July 2014

Dynavox, May 2014

Dynavox, May 2014

Quartet, April 2014

DynaVox Sold assets to Tobii Technology

  • Background: DynaVox, headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, has become the industry standard in augmentative and assistive communication technology. DynaVox develops and markets software, devices, and content to assist people in overcoming their speech, language, or learning challenges.
  • Cassel Salpeter:
    • Served as financial advisor to the Company
    • Ran a competitive sales process, identifying and contacting over 90 strategic and financial parties
    • Provided assistance throughout all phases of the sales process, due diligence, and auction
  • Challenges:
    • Expedited sales timeline with only three weeks to identify and bring parties to auction
    • Less-than-cooperative secured lender
  • Outcome: In May 2014, DynaVox, Inc. was sold to Tobii Technology AB, a Swedish-based technology company with offices worldwide.