HERAN Partners invests in Belgian healthcare IT-player: Amaron

Mar 15, 2021 | Katleen Vandersmissen

To achieve its plans for continued growth both at home and abroad, Amaron has enlisted two investors: HERAN Partners and Active Capital.

 A capital injection of EUR2m

HERAN Partners & Active Capital provide Amaron with the oxygen it needs to turbocharge its growth plans and substantially expand its workforce. Specialised HealthTech investor HERAN Partners knows the IT landscape of the Health & Care sector inside and out; its established network includes many of the sector’s actors. Active Capital has extensive experience in supporting and guiding companies through growth phases. Both investors strongly believe that the approach and activities of Amaron are the right way forward, in order to facilitate and accelerate the digitisation of the care sector.

Amaron: Market leader in Belgium for healthcare
IT integrations

Amaron has developed a data exchange platform that enables the various IT systems within the hospital to communicate with one another quickly and effectively, it specialises in workflow and process optimisation for the healthcare sector. This platform allows the external exchange of data with governmental information services and regional systems,amongst others. More and more care institutions rely on Amaron’s Workflower platform, which they can use to digitise and flexibly organise a multitude of clinical and administrative processes across domains and departments.


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