The healthcare and welfare software-as-a-solution business plans to expand into youth care and mental healthcare following the investment.
Main managing partner Charly Zwemstra said, “More efficient and effective work-processes within the healthcare industry drive the demand for the SaaS software provided by Regas.”
The firm said that international expansion was a key part of its strategy with Regas, which already works with organisations in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
Zwemstra added, “Regas is the best SaaS product in the Healthcare market and therefore exceptionally well-suited for expansion in other sub segments within the healthcare industry and further abroad.
“The company was on time in its switch to SaaS and is ready for growth. Additionally this is an organization which solves the real problems of the supplier of care. That is unique.”
Main Capital used its €12m third fund for the deal. That fund has been used to invest in Sofon and Connexys since it was closed 12 months ago.
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