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Thoma Bravo To Acquire Imprivata for $544 Million

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Imprivata will be taken private by an affiliate of private equity firm Thoma Bravo for $544 million in cash, giving shareholders a 33 percent premium to the last closing stock price.

Imprivata President and CEO Omar Hussain was quoted in a statement as saying, “We’re tremendously excited about Thoma Bravo’s investment in our company and believe this transaction represents a great outcome for our current shareholders. Given Thoma Bravo’s successful track record in both security and healthcare IT, today’s partnership is an endorsement of Imprivata’s corporate vision and our relentless focus on the customer experience — a value which has established us as the vendor of choice in healthcare IT security. We are now in a stronger position to pursue market opportunities through innovating and expanding the products and services we offer.”

Thoma Bravo’s other active healthcare IT investments include Global Healthcare Exchange, Hyland Software, Mediware, and SRS Software. It also owns Bomgar Corporation, which offers remote support and identity management solutions. 

Imprivata offers single sign-on, secure virtual desktop access, patient IT, secure messaging, and two-factor authentication. The company went public in June 2014. Share price has decreased 11 percent since.

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