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0 Movac invests in Parking Sense to fuel global growth

Waikato-based Parking Sense has raised significant funding from Movac, New Zealand’s most experienced technology investment firm.

Founded in 2013, Parking Sense provides smart software solutions to a number of the world’s largest car park operators. The business has a team of 25 employees, and clients in New Zealand, Australia and USA, which include L.A.Metro, one of the largest parking guidance contracts ever awarded.

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0 Governance guru takes chair at MMC

Auckland-based fund administration firm, MMC, has named governance heavy-weight James Ogden as its new independent chair.

Ogden, who was head of Macquarie NZ for six years until 2002, serves as independent member on the investment committee of Pencarrow Private Equity, which took a 50 per cent stake in MMC late last year.

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0 $7 million investment boost for Kiwi SaaS company

Unleashed Software, an Auckland-based inventory management Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider, has received a Series C investment of NZ$7.0 million from Movac.

CEO of Unleashed Software, Gareth Berry, comments, “We have been building our core product and markets for eight years now and the market now feels like it is really starting to embrace cloud based applications.”

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0 The best Australian private equity deals of 2017

Blue Sky Venture Capital, Allegro Funds, Quadrant Private Equity and KKR have been recognised for closing the best deals of the year in Australia.

The Australian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association Limited (AVCAL) announced the winners at its annual conference in Melbourne, recognising the four private equity firms for successful investments in Pet Circle, Great Southern Rail, Canberra Data Centres and GenesisCare.

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0 HealthLink Part of Global Healthcare Technology Company

Global healthcare technology specialist, Clanwilliam Group, has taken a majority shareholding in HealthLink, Australasia’s leading Health-system Integrator. The Dublin-based Clanwilliam Group consists of a number of healthcare technology and services businesses in Ireland, the United Kingdom and Australasia.

The purchase brings Clanwilliam Group’s investment in Australasia to nearly $NZ70 million so far this year, including another New Zealand company, pharmacy software provider Toniq.

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