PartsSource, a leading online marketplace for medical equipment maintenance parts and services, today announced the signing of a definitive agreement to be acquired by Bain Capital Private Equity. The investment will help PartsSource continue to accelerate its growth trajectory, broaden its solutions portfolio, and expand its marketplace platform. PartsSource will continue to operate under its current management team, led by President and CEO Philip Settimi, MSE M.D. Financial terms of the private purchase from current owner Great Hill Partners were not disclosed.
Based in Cleveland, Ohio, PartsSource is the leading B2B marketplace for medtech replacement parts and services, and the largest B2B online marketplace in US healthcare, transforming one of the largest industries in the world. The company provides an integrated suite of cloud software and marketplace technology tools to help hospitals efficiently source on-demand parts and services, and empowers vendors to grow their businesses. Today, PartsSource’s marketplace connects more than 3,500 hospitals, and 15,000 clinics, with more than 6,000 medtech OEMs and 2,000 medtech repair professionals across the country in a single integrated network.
“PartsSource was founded on the idea that an evidence-based, digital approach to the healthcare supply chain can unlock better healthcare delivery, lower costs, and enhance clinical outcomes. We are proud of the progress we have made to transform mission-critical healthcare operations and are excited by the opportunity to continue to expand our marketplace to serve new areas of healthcare,” said Dr. Settimi. ”We want to thank Great Hill Partners for its help supporting the business during its ownership and positioning us for success in the next stage of our growth. We are delighted to partner with Bain Capital going forward. They share our vision for building a broader B2B healthcare e-commerce platform and have an excellent track-record of building leading healthcare technology companies.”
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