Paris, on Monday, the 3rd of September 2018,
Teranga brings Extens and Bpifrance to its capital, as minority shareholders, to accelerate its development in France and internationally.
Created in 2007, Teranga is a key player in the medico-social sector in France. The company provides EHPAD, retirement homes and disability structures (FAM, MAS …), management software institutions that meet the business needs of internal and external stakeholders.
In particular, Teranga has developed the NETSoins software solution, which today equips more than 2,500 EPHADs and enables medical institutions to access all the functionalities necessary for the good management of their establishments as well as the support of their residents: medical file, paramedical, care plan, administrative management, invoicing, CRM etc.
The entry of Extens and Bpifrance into the capital of TERANGA aims to provide the company with additional resources to develop both in France and abroad.
Quentin Jacomet, managing partner of Extens, says: “We have been observing TERANGA’s remarkable track record since 2014 and we are particularly pleased to contribute to the next stage of its development, particularly by supporting its customers in their expansion to international“.
François Picarle, Investment Director at Bpifrance, continues: “Philippe Thalamy and his team have made TERANGA a leading player in the digitalisation of nursing homes. We support their development ambition which contributes to the improvement of the living conditions of the residents but also of the working conditions of the personnel within the EPHAD “.
Philippe Thalamy, founder of TERANGA commented: “For our next growth stages, it was necessary to increase the attraction of TERANGA, especially to attract talent and give confidence to our future partners“.
Parts and advisors of the operation:
For Extens and Bpifrance
- Extens: Quentin Jacomet, Arnaud Houette
- Bpifrance Investment: François Picarle, Axel Piriou
- Legal advice: Chammas & Marcheteau (Nicolas Lecocq, Antonin Cubertafond, Jean-Baptiste Deprez)
- Due diligence: Advolis (Damien Bourg, Claire Bottemer)
- Due diligence IT: Make it Work (Frédéric Thomas)
- Bank financing: Crédit Mutuel and Caisse d’Epargne
- Legal advice: Solferino (Bernard-Olivier Becker, Marie Estelle Colin)
Bpifrance finances companies – at every stage of their development – in credit, guarantee and equity. Bpifrance accompanies them in their innovation projects and internationally. Bpifrance also ensures, now their export activity through a wide range of products. Consulting, university, networking and acceleration program for startups, SMEs and midcaps are also part of the offer to entrepreneurs.
Thanks to Bpifrance and its 48 regional locations, entrepreneurs benefit from a close, unique and effective interlocutor to help them face their challenges.
More information on: www.bpifrance.fr – https://presse.bpifrance.fr/
Follow us on Twitter: @Bpifrance – @BpifrancePress
Created in 2014, Extens Développement e-Santé is a sector investment vehicle dedicated to the digital transformation of healthcare. Extensinvest tickets from 1 to 7 million euros in profitable or close to SMEs, achieving a turnover of 1 to 20 million euros and having a strong potential for development, especially internationally. Its core business is hospital software, business software for healthcare professionals, home care solutions and health data applications.
Extens has invested at Enovacom, publisher of interoperability solutions for healthcare facilities (sold in February 2018 to Orange Healthcare), Kayentis, eCOA solutions provider (electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment) for the patient and data collection in trials clinics, Must Informatique, reference publisher of software solutions for home healthcare providers (PSAD), Snal (Albus software solutions for private nurses) and Discngine (software dedicated to the R & D departments of life sciences companies) ).
Extens shareholders include Sham, Pasteur Mutualité, Neuflize Vie and Uneo.
Such. : 01 41 79 85 38