Livingbridge is pleased to announce that it has completed a minority investment in T-Pro, a leading provider of AI-powered speech technology and clinical documentation solutions to the healthcare sector.
Founded in 2012 and headquartered in Dublin, T-Pro’s best in class, AI powered speech technology enables more efficient and accurate document workflows across a full spectrum of healthcare settings. This allows healthcare providers to voice enable their existing Electronic Patient Record, reduce traditional transcription costs, improve clerical efficiency and capture patient information effectively and efficiently from anywhere on any device.
T-Pro has grown rapidly in recent years via the launch of new software products and expansion of its customer base in Ireland, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand, acquiring Syberscribe in Melbourne in 2022. Livingbridge’s investment will enable T-Pro to continue developing its market leading dictation and speech products, further advance its AI capabilities, and support international expansion and acquisitions.
Livingbridge has been a longstanding investor across the healthcare and software sectors internationally for over 25 years and will support T-Pro via its global team based in London, Manchester, Melbourne and Boston.
Co-Founders Jonathan Larbey and Mark Gilmartin at T-Pro said: “We are thrilled to have found in Livingbridge a partner who understand our business and share our vision for the future. The firm’s extensive experience in the healthcare and technology sectors and its global footprint made it ideally placed to support our growth strategy.”
Joe McGee Investor at Livingbridge, commented: “We’re delighted to announce this investment in T-Pro. As an experienced investor in both the healthcare and software sectors, we’re excited to be able to support T-Pro’s management on the next phase of their growth journey. Livingbridge’s investment will allow T-Pro to continue investing in its leading software, AI and transcription solutions, while supporting the business to deliver on its international expansion plans.”