Thoma Bravo shops Planview, GPs at Sterling Partners invest $30m in behavioral health platform, As pandemic taxes connectivity, GI Partners sees ripe environment for investment

Thoma Bravo is looking to sell Planview and GI Partners racks up $1.8 billion for its new data infrastructure fund.

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Thoma Bravo is shopping Planview, which provides organizations with software for strategic planning, portfolio and resource management, writes Milana Vinn on PE Hub.

Thoma Bravo acquired Planview in January 2017 from Insight Partners, which news reports pegged at a purchase price of $800 million, Milana writes. Read here story here.

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GPs at Sterling Partners invested their personal wealth in Datacubed Health, which captures data assessing patients in clinical trials, writes Karishma Vanjani on PE Hub. The partners invested $30 million in the company. Read it here.

GI Partners hit the market with its fresh $1.8 billion data infrastructure fund at a time when the remote-everything environment laid bare the vulnerabilities of internet access.

“This is one of the things that really hit home through the covid pandemic that we’ve all been dealing with, how absolutely essential it is and the differentiator in our lives between having real quality broadband access at your fingertips and not,” said Mark Prybutok, managing director and co-head of GI’s data infrastructure group. Read it here on Buyouts.

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