• Sector: Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Technology, Media & Telecommunications
  • Geography: United States
  • Stage: Growth
  • Investment Year: 2005
  • Exit Year: 2012
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In 2005, Warburg Pincus invested in CAMP, a leading provider of maintenance tracking services to owners and operators of corporate aircrafts. At the time of the firm’s investment, CAMP was the Factory Maintenance Tracking Provider for Bombardier, Boeing BBJ, Daher, Dassault Falcon, HondaJet and Piaggio. Following the firm’s investment, the Warburg Pincus team assisted in implementing price optimization strategies for core products, was a thought partner in building out new product lines and monetizing CAMP’s large data pool, and facilitated the CAMP team in building a direct sales effort as the business scaled. The Warburg Pincus team was actively involved in key value-add M&A activity such as CAMP’s acquisition of the maintenance tracking business of Cessna, Embraer, Pilatus and Raytheon (Hawker-Beechcraft), as well as Pratt & Whitney’s engine condition trend monitoring operations.  Warburg Pincus exited the investment in 2012.

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