GrowthPoint Technology Partners provides weekly summary and outlook on last week’s technology M&A deal activity:
- 36 deals announced
- Median multiple is unavailable, due to a limited amount of revenue multiples announced
- $593.8B total deal value year to date in technology M&A activity
Notable deals in technology M&A include:
Eurazeo to Acquire NeoXam– Read More
Eurazeo has signed an agreement marking its intention to invest more than €100 million in financial software company NeoXam through its Small-Mid Buyout team, becoming its majority shareholder.
Quantum to Acquire Digidrill – Read More
Quantum Energy Technologies (Quantum) announces the acquisition of Digital Drilling Data Systems, LLC (DigiDrill). The combined products offer Quantum one of the largest footprints of surface data acquisition in the industry, with a focus on supporting independent directional drilling providers. Quantum plans to expand the footprint with additional modules as well as enhanced mobile solutions – all supported by DigiDrill’s cloud-based software package. DigiDrill’s staff, real-time support and branding remain intact and will continue to offer the same products and service delivery to its customer base. As part of the deal structure, Nils Benson, Vice President of DigiDrill, will join the senior leadership of Quantum as its Vice President of Digital Solutions.
Constellation Software Inc. to Acquire Azursoft – Read More
AzurSoft, a software development company focused on risk management, security, integrated command & control, and health & safety, has been purchased by Constellation Software Inc., a leading provider of software and services to a selected group of public and private sector markets, via its subsidiary Harris France.
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