In this AZ Central article, reporter Bob Young showcases WebPT’s health-conscious and fun-focused culture. He outlines several of the company’s wellness initiatives, including a Biggest Loser-style fitness challenge, discounted gym memberships, and a health fair. WebPT was also ones of the first businesses to sponsor a Grid Bikes location and was a vocal supporter of the Prop 104 MovePHX for transportation improvements, which passed in 2015.
The WebPT crew came into the office this morning with a little extra spring in our step—not because we’re still on a Halloween sugar high (although if we’re being honest, we probably consumed a few too many fun-size Snickers bars)—but because this morning, WebPT officially announced some very exciting news: We’ve acquired WebOutcomes, an online outcomes tracking tool for physical and occupational therapists.
WebPT ranked No. 362 on the Inc. 500 list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies for 2014. Touting a three-year growth rate of 1,316%, WebPT boasts two consecutive appearances on this prestigious annual list of elite independent businesses. WebPT—which ranked No. 231 on the Inc. 500 list in 2013—recently received a significant round of growth capital financing from Battery Ventures. The company intends to use the new capital to further accelerate its rapid growth.
After nearly two years of vetting potential investors, WebPT’s executive team announced a partnership with Battery Ventures, a venture capital firm based in the Silicon Valley. As part of the deal, WebPT received a large, undisclosed amount of investment capital to continue growing its rapidly expanding user base of physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists.
WebPT ranked No. 233 on the 32nd-annual Inc. 500, an exclusive list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. This honor places WebPT—the fastest-growing software company in Arizona and the fastest-growing EMR in the country—among an elite group of independent businesses. This installment of the Inc. 500 measured revenue growth from 2009 to 2012. It was a competitive year, with companies needing to achieve a staggering minimum of 918.59% sales growth to make the final cut.
In this Forbes article, contributing author Eric T. Wagner shares WebPT’s origin story: co-founders Brad and Heidi Jannenga met on Match.com, and while that’s pretty common, what followed is remarkable. They successfully launched a B2B SaaS company, got hitched, and had a baby.
WebPT, a Phoenix-based software developer focused on the physical therapy market, has purchased Health Data Solutions in an effort to bolster its growing billing software.
WebPT, a Web-based electronic medical records system (EMR) for physical therapists, today announces it has closed a Series A funding round totaling $1 million in private equity funding. The company has very quickly become the fastest-growing Web-based documentation software now used by more than 5,000 physical therapists in just three years. This infusion of capital was raised to help the company swiftly expand its team in the areas of product development, sales and marketing, and to build out infrastructure to support its growth. WebPT presented the round to experienced investors in Arizona. The deal was closed this week with Canal Partners, led by JDA Software founder and chairman Jim Armstrong, and successful entrepreneur and investor Todd Belfer. Mr. Armstrong will also sit on the board of directors for WebPT.