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Torex has acquired HAS Solutions, the Australian supplier of clinical trauma systems, for £12m.
Torex has expanded its healthcare software business with the £1.4m acquisition of the operating theatre and anaesthesia systems business of Civica.
Torex is planning to merge with Isoft to create a combined supplier of computer systems to the health care sector with a valuation of £700m.
Torex has acquired Mercury Petroleum Systems, the supplier of software and services to the retail petroleum industry, for up to £1m.
Torex has acquired Protos, the supplier of maternity IT systems, for £1.5m.
Torex has acquired Micrelec, the Belgian supplier of forecourt site control systems, for £9m.
Torex has acquired the laboratory, radiology, oncology, mental health and primary care operations of InHealth Solutions for £3.5m, in order to strengthen its market position for hospital IT systems.
Torex has acquired Arciris Holdings, the supplier of electronic point of sale and back office systems with 67 staff, for £3.2m.
Torex, the IT company, is building a new £5m office near Banbury for its healthcare division, with the relocation of about 140 staff from Bromsgrove and Basingstoke and the creation of 130 new jobs, while 100 staff will be moved to a new office for its retail division in Witney.
Torex has acquired Berkeley Computer Systems, the Glasgow-based NHS laboratory systems supplier, for £3.5m.
Torex has acquired Figure Retail Systems, the supplier of point of sale systems, for £3m and Oxhealth.com for £0.4m.
Torex has acquired McKeown Software, the Letchworth-based supplier of financial and procurement systems to the NHS, for £12m.
Torex is to acquire Hiscom, the Dutch supplier of hospital information systems, for £21m.
Torex is to acquire Laufenberg, the German supplier of healthcare information systems, for £40m, funded by a £27m rights issue.
Torex has acquired Moss House, the Mosborough-based supplier of EPOS systems, in a £12m deal.
Torex has acquired software companies AAH Meditel and Peak Systems for £6.5m, and redundancies are expected among AAH Meditel's 220 workers in Bromsgrove.
Torex, the Oxfordshire-based medical computer company, has acquired Hollowbrook Computer Services for £2.4m.