Medtech

T-Pro looking to expand with €60m spend on acquisitions

Irish medtech company runs a transcription-based software business focused on the medical industry

‘We'd be typically be looking at cheque sizes between €3m and €30m per acquisition’: Jonathan Larbey, the CEO of T-Pro. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Irish medtech company T-Pro has between €50 million and €60 million to spend on acquisitions over the next three to four years.

T-Pro is a transcription-based software business focused on the medical industry. The company has its own cloud-based software, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the quality of its speech and language technologies, and cut down on the amount of human involvement necessary to produce finalised documents.

Its clients include hospitals, private clinics, ...