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US-based contact lifecycle management platform company Ironclad has announced the acquisition of clickwrap transaction platform provider PactSafe.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 10 March 2021 10:34

Dropbox to acquire DocSend for US$165 million

Cloud storage service Dropbox is to acquire secure document sharing and analytics company DocSend.

Global software vendor Autodesk has signed a definitive agreement to acquire water infrastructure software provider Innovyze for US$1 billion.

Published in Listed Tech

Independent identity provider, Okta, today announced it has entered a definitive agreement to acquire Auth0 for $US 6.5 billion in stock. The acquisition will accelerate the companies’ shared vision of enabling everyone to safely use any technology, shaping the future of identity on the Internet.

Published in Security
Thursday, 04 March 2021 01:08

Sensis sold to Thryv for $250 million

Digital marketing and directory services provider Sensis has been sold to client experience and small business software provider Thryv.

Tuesday, 02 March 2021 17:46

Citrix acquires Wrike for $US 2.25 billion

Global digital workspace and application deployment vendor, Citrix, today announced it has completed its acquisition of Wrike for approximately $US 2.25 billion, saying the union creates the industry’s most comprehensive cloud-based platform for secure workspace delivery and collaborative work execution.

Published in Deals

In a move that has set off alarm bells with licensees worried that Telstra won't pay them the proper market value for their stores, Telstra announced its intention "to transition to full Telstra ownership for its bricks and mortar branded retail stores across Australia".

Published in Business IT

Global IT services comany HCL Technologies has inked a five-year Digital Workplace Services Agreement with European aircraft manufacturer Airbus to aimed at establishing a modernised digital workplace to enhance user experience and service quality for the Airbus employees globally.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 01 February 2021 11:44

Optus completes $250m amaysim acquisition

Optus has completed its purchase of amaysim’s mobile business with its 1.2 million subscribers for $250 million.

Published in Mobility

Australia's self-described first "smartbank", built for smartphones, is 86 400, and it has announced it "will join the NAB family, accelerating innovation in the industry and creating a smart digital bank committed to helping all Australians take control of their money."

Published in Deals

The competition regulator, the ACCC, has announced that it will not accept a long-term behavioural undertaking offered by Google that sought to address competition concerns about its proposed acquisition of wearables supplier and manufacturer Fitbit.

Published in Technology Regulation

The competition watchdog, the ACCC, will not oppose financial services company IOOF’s acquisition of the National Australia Bank owned MLC Wealth Management.

Published in Strategy

In his quest to determine whether or not he should give the green light for the merger between search giant Google and American digital health and fitness company Fitbit, ACCC chairman Rod Sims would do well to peruse the transcripts of the entire Google-Oracle lawsuit over Java.

Published in Open Sauce

The Australian consumer watchdog has called for submissions on a proposed court-enforceable undertaking offered by Google with regard to its bid to buy American digital health and fitness company Fitbit.

Published in Technology Regulation

Canberra-based ASX-listed cyber security firm archTIS has received commitments for $8.4 million to fund its acquisition of US information protection business Nucleus Cyber.

Published in Deals

Researchers from the Monash Business School have made a presentation to the European Commission and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, saying that Google should not be allowed to acquire US-based fitness company Fitbit.

Published in Technology Regulation

Australian business messaging provider MessageMedia has acquired US-based messaging platform SimpleTexting as part of plans to extend its existing presence in the North American market.

Published in Strategy




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