Komodo Health acquires Mavens to create healthcare enterprise platform

Healthcare IT News

Kat Jercich

Komodo Health, a healthcare intelligence platform vendor based in New York and San Francisco, announced this week that it has acquired Mavens, which provides cloud-based tools aimed at biotech, rare disease and specialty pharma companies.

The terms of the deal were not publicly disclosed, but company representatives noted that Komodo's Series D funding round raised $44 million.

The organizations said in a release that the deal will lead to the creation of a data-driven enterprise platform for healthcare and life sciences.

"Customers will benefit from our cloud-based enterprise platform that offers access to a suite of software solutions powered by our industry-leading Healthcare Map,” said Web Sun, Komodo Health's president and cofounder, in a statement.

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