Egis Capital Invests in Mission Critical Partners, Plans Acquisitions
Tuesday, January 09, 2018 | Comments

Egis Capital Partners partnered with Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a public-safety consulting firm in Port Matilda, Pennsylvania. The investment is the first of Egis Capital Fund III and follows the firm's strategy to invest in technology-enabled businesses focused on the protection of people, assets and information.

Through MCP, Egis plans to implement an organic growth strategy in the emergency response space, complemented by carefully selected acquisitions, a statement said.

"We believe MCP will play an important role in the creation of safer and smarter cities across the United States and look forward to providing the financial and strategic resources needed to facilitate this transformative opportunity," said Robert Chefitz, founder and managing partner at Egis. “MCP has an exceptionally talented management team and outstanding depth of experience in the public safety sector.”

MCP's management team said the Egis partnership will allow them to better serve their existing customer base while pursuing growth opportunities. The investment represents the first outside capital in MCP.

"This partnership will enable us to grow our business in new and exciting ways by expanding to new geographies," said Kevin Murray, MCP's president and CEO. “It will also create opportunities for us to better serve our clients and offer greater room for growth to our employees.”

Egis Capital Partners makes control-oriented buyout and growth investments in technology-driven businesses in the security and protection industry. Since 2008, Egis has made 13 platform investments in the space. Egis targets companies in North America with enterprise values ranging between $30 million and $200 million that require a total equity investment between $10 million and $80 million.

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