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David W. Joncas

Managing Director

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Education
  • MBA, Kellogg, Northwestern University, Austin Scholar
  • BA, The College of the Holy Cross, Economics / Accounting​

David W. Joncas

David is a Managing Director and co-founder of Aeris Partners. David has 25+ years of technology industry and investment banking experience and a distinguished M&A track record spanning a range of high-growth application software and SaaS verticals including Healthcare IT (HCIT), Retail & Hospitality, ConstructionTech, Supply Chain and Energy & Power, among others. David has extensive experience advising leading private equity, venture capital and founder-owned companies on a range of strategic M&A, majority and minority growth equity recapitalizations, leveraged buyouts, and private placement transactions.

Prior Experience

Prior to Aeris, David was a Managing Director and Co-Head of Technology Investment Banking at Harris Williams & Co., where he helped launch and build the firm’s technology practice and was a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. Previously, David was a Senior Vice President with Broadview International (later Jefferies Broadview) and a Manager with Accenture’s PeopleSoft practice. Previously, David co-founded Wheels for America, a 4,100 mile cross-country bicycling and fundraising event in support of cancer research, education and prevention, and was recognized as a “40 under 40” investment banking professional.

Representative Transactions

  • Sale of ESO Solutions to Vista Equity Partners​
  • Sale of Within3 to Insight Partners​
  • Sale of Formstack to Silversmith Capital Partners / PSG
  • Sale of MedBridge to Brentwood Associates​​
  • Sale of WebPT to Warburg Pincus​
  • Sale of iN2L to Vista Equity Partners
  • Sale of Casamba to Net Health
  • Sale of Net Health to Carlyle (Nasdaq: CG)
  • Sale of Cycle Computing to Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT)
  • Sale of Elemica to Eurazeo SE (EPA: RF)
  • Sale of Qualifacts to Warburg Pincus​
  • Sale of WorkWave to IFS
  • Sale of ConstructConnect to Roper Technologies (NYSE: ROP)
  • Sale of Navicure to Bain Capital
  • Sale of GatewayEDI to TriZetto (Cognizant, Nasdaq: CTSH)