Materialise-OrthoView

Materialise, a provider of 3D printing software and services, has acquired OrthoView, the world's leading provider of 2D digital pre-operative planning and templating solutions for orthopedic surgeons. The transaction combines the frontrunner in 2D templating on X-ray images with Materialise's market-leading position in 3D pre-operative planning tools to provide surgeons and hospitals a one-stop shop for surgical planning software tools and corresponding 3D printed medical devices. OrthoView’s software imports a digital X-ray image from a Picture Archiving Communications System and positions the templates of suitable prostheses on the X-ray image at the correct scale. OrthoView currently serves more than 11,000 orthopedic surgeons in 60 countries globally, focusing primarily on joint replacements.

"We benefited from both Corum's depth and breadth during this process. Their experience and knowledge of the technology industry made it possible for us to conduct a broad, global search for the right partner, and we're thrilled to have found the ideal match in Materialise."
- John Chambers, 
OrthoView
Seller:
OrthoView Holdings Limited
United Kingdom
Buyer:
Materialise
Belgium
Closed:
October 2014

quotesFrom identifying the right acquirer and positioning our company to get their attention, to completing due diligence, Corum managed the M&A process carefully yet aggressively to get a deal done. Corum was there for us throughout this entire process and I wouldn't consider any M&A activity in the future without first seeking their assistance.quotes

Warren Marshall
CyberBranch Corporation