Tuesday, July 5, 2022

CyberCX buys Tracer and Consegna cloud firms, consolidates ANZ market

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CyberCX, ANZ’s cyber security services firm, with a workforce of over 1,000 across the trans-Tasman, has strengthened its position as a market leader for cloud security and solutions, with the acquisition of cloud specialist firms Tracer Cloud and Consegna Cloud.

NielsenIQ acquires CGA to build top on-premise measurement capabilities

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NielsenIQ, a global information services company, announced the acquisition of CGA, the definitive provider of on-premise insights. This acquisition builds on NielsenIQ’s 2009 investment in CGA and will deliver the most innovative and granular alcoholic beverage measurement and insights solution, with the single aim of helping clients achieve growth.

Oaktree acquires renown electronic table games supplier Interblock

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INTERBLOCK d.d. (Interblock), a developer and supplier of luxury fully and semi-automated electronic table games (ETG) globally, has announced that it has been acquired by funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. (Oaktree). The organisation is well known worldwide for its multi-player gaming devices that continually set industry standards and provide the ultimate in luxury interactive entertainment experiences for players.

Forescout to acquire Cysiv and offer clients data-powered threat detection

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Forescout Technologies, Inc., an automated cybersecurity organisation, announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Cysiv, a cybersecurity innovator that uses its cloud platform to improve detection and response of true threats. With this acquisition, Forescout Technologies will leverage Cysiv’s threat detection engine to analyze a wealth of asset and network communications data automatically collected by Forescout’s platform.

WP Engine acquires five popular Delicious Brains WordPress plugins

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WP Engine, a trusted WordPress technology company, announced it will acquire five of the most popular developer-centric tools for WordPress from Delicious Brains, strengthening the company’s offerings for both traditional and headless managed WordPress.

Cloud application provider Unit4 announces acquisition of Scanmarket

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Unit4, a player in enterprise cloud applications for mid-market people-centric firms, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Scanmarket, a global vendor of cloud Source-to-Contract software. With Scanmarket, a privately-held company founded in 1999 and headquartered in Denmark, Unit4 will now be able to provide organisations with a unified Source-to-Pay journey, building on its existing ERP and Procure-to-Pay (P2P) offerings. 

Gupshup buys principal omnichannel customer service platform OneDirect

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Gupshup, a global player in conversational engagement, announced the acquisition of OneDirect, the omnichannel, customer service platform of choice for brands in India, South East Asia and the Middle East. The acquisition strengthens Gupshup’s suite of conversational solutions and enables superior omnichannel conversational engagement with a powerful and live Agent Assist solution that can scale to thousands of agents with configurable workflows.

Kioxia completes the acquisition of Chubu Toshiba Engineering Corp

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Kioxia Holdings Corporation, a player in memory solutions, announced that it completed the acquisition of Chubu Toshiba Engineering Corporation. The firm entered into a share purchase agreement with Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation (Toshiba's subsidiary) on Feb 24, 2022, in connection with the acquisition to strengthen Kioxia Group’s tech development capabilities.

Consortium led by Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital buys Chelsea FC

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The consortium led by Todd Boehly, chairman and CEO of Eldridge, and Clearlake Capital Group, L.P. (with its affiliates, Clearlake), announced completion of the ownership transfer of Chelsea Football Club (Chelsea FC). The consortium also includes Hansjörg Wyss, founder of the Wyss Foundation, and Mark Walter, co-founder and CEO of Guggenheim Capital.

Software Combined builds portfolio, acquires four technology companies

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Software aggregator Software Combined has finalised its first four acquisitions to become Australia’s locally based company dedicated to investing in and supporting a portfolio of established software businesses. The acquired software businesses Streamtime, Scope Systems, Energy Inspection and MacroView operate in the creative, mining, energy and document management sectors and collectively generate EBITDA of over $11 million.