Stage, a majority female-led private equity fund, along with Clear Stream Partners, an equity investor, has acquired Worklete, an applied technology company working to reduce workplace injuries.

Worklete is a mobile device enabled service providing injury prevention training. The firm has a proven platform to reduce preventable musculoskeletal injuries up to 50 percent with under five minutes per day utilization. Additionally, the firm has assisted its clients in reducing direct and indirect costs associated with injuries. The platform boasts success rates including reduction of incidence of injury by 32 percent, lost days due to injury by 18 percent, restricted days by 67 percent and direct injury costs by 43 percent.

“The acquisition of Worklete continues the Stage mission of working with exceptional technology driven companies that have unique standing and product fit within their markets,” commented Ingrid Alongi, Stage general partner. “We are thrilled to be partnering with Ben to help Worklete fulfill its potential.”

“The partnership with Stage and Clear Stream is the next step in Worklete’s journey, they are the right partners to help us accomplish our goal of building the most effective technology platform for keeping hard-working frontline folks injury free,” added Ben Kanner, Worklete founder.