IT company healthcare specialist
Amor Group has bought a London based healthcare IT specialist for an undisclosed sum.
Invisys was only founded a year ago but has clients including Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Sussex Health Informatics Service.
It has also built strong links in Qatar giving Amor a foundation for expansion into the Middle East.
Amor hopes to increase revenues at its existing public sector team by 10 per cent within a year and also marks the opening of a dedicated London base for the company.
John Innes, chief executive, said: "This deal reflects our growth strategy of delivering sustainable organic growth augmented by complimentary acquisitions. It helps expand our global reach with best-of-breed products that drive international revenues.
"We are well on track to achieve our goal of £100m revenues by 2013.
"Bringing Invisys into the fold allows us to extend our offering in the vibrant healthcare sector that is increasingly demanding more enhanced, intelligent systems."
All six Invisys staff will transfer across to Amor.
Tony Corkett, managing director of Invisys, said: "I am incredibly proud of the business that we have built over the last year. The combination of the resources and the experience of the Amor Group team, with whom we have worked in partnership already, convinced us that now was the right time to take it to the next level.
"This deal extends the reach and opportunities for us."
Amor has its headquarters in Glasgow and further Scottish offices in Edinburgh and Aberdeen.