Seattle, WA, May 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Corum Group, the leading M&A advisory firm for software and related technology companies, today announced that its client, CodeMetro has been acquired by a private investor. CodeMetro’s software suite, NPAWorks, is the leading practice management solution for autism service providers.
“We greatly valued Corum’s assistance," said Kim Finger, CEO of CodeMetro. “Their professionalism, thoroughness, and deep understanding of the process helps make us confident that we have found the right partner to help us meet the growing demand we are seeing today.”
“CodeMetro is doing such important work, and we are thrilled to have helped bring them together with a partner who will ensure the broadest possible benefit from that work,” said Rob Schram, Corum Group Senior Vice President, who led the deal.
CodeMetro offers comprehensive business solutions exclusively focused on the special needs industry. Its professional products and service offerings have become a foundation for autism therapy providers, physical therapists, speech language pathologists and occupational therapists worldwide seeking efficient, streamlined business practices.
About Corum Group
Corum Group is the global leader in merger and acquisition services, specializing in serving sellers of software and Internet companies worldwide. With offices globally, Corum has completed over US $7 billion in software M&A transactions over the last 30 years, spanning six continents. Corum also educates the industry with its popular conferences and publishes the most widely distributed software M&A research. Corum's M&A advisors are highly experienced former tech CEOs, who are supported by the industry's leading researchers, writers and valuators. Corum also does much to educate the industry with its conferences and webinars and the industry's most widely distributed software and IT M&A research.
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