Healthtech Planerio is apparently being bought out
According to a media report, the staffing agency Doctari is buying the staffing planner for medical practices Planerio. The purchase price is likely to be in the mid double-digit millions.
Planerio, the staff scheduling system for hospitals and medical practices is being bought by Doctari, writes Gründerszene. Doctari is a recruitment agency for medical professions, most recently the Berlin-based company placed doctors at vaccination centers, among other things. There is initially no information about the purchase price, Gründerszene suspects a purchase price in the mid-double-digit million range. Planerio's turnover last year was in the seven-digit range.
Planerio was founded in 2016 by Wieland Sommer, Stefan Klußmann and Robert Grüter. The Munich-based start-up has developed software that can automatically create duty rosters for the healthcare sector. Sommer, who was already involved in duty scheduling himself, needed 25 hours per week to do it. With Planerio, it only takes one click. So far, Planerio has been used in 600 practices and hospitals in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. More than 50 people work for Planerio.
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