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TMCNet:  Yodle acquires Lighthouse Practice Management

[March 05, 2013]

Yodle acquires Lighthouse Practice Management

Mar 05, 2013 (Datamonitor Financial Deals Tracker via COMTEX) -- Yodle, Inc., a provider of online search marketing solutions, has acquired Lighthouse Practice Management Group, a provider of dental appointment reminder and relationship marketing software. Both the companies are based in the US.

Deal Type Acquisition Sub-Category Majority Acquisition Deal Status Completed: 2013-03-04 Deal Participants Target (Company) Lighthouse Practice Management Group Acquirer (Company) Yodle, Inc.

Deal Rationale The acquisition will allow Yodle to expand its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform offering.

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