Exact Holdings has said it has been approached by parties that want to buy all outstanding shares of the ERP software company that is based in Delft, The Netherlands. The company said the prices offered range between 30 to 35 euros per share. The company says it is in engaged in preliminary discussions. There’s not much more that we are likely to learn from Exact until something does, or officially doesn’t happen, with any of the bids. But given the continuing activity of private equity firms, it’s not surprising.
NetSuite has acquired Venda, a London, England-based company that markets e-commerce products. Terms were not disclosed. Venda offers the Convergent Commerce Platform as a comprehensive ecommerce platform enabling retailers and brands to deliver a unified experience across online, mobile, social and in-store. Venda’s products can handle multi-lingual and multi-currency needs and the company says it “combines flexibility, reliability and scalability with the operating advantages of an outsourced service.”
On heels of the purchase of HighJump Software by Accellos, the surviving company, now called HighJump, has bought United Kingdom-based-Atlas Products International. Atlas markets EDI and e-invoicing products. The U.K. company’s system is built on the Atlas Exchange, a secure document exchange that provides what is described as a “connect-once, access-all” network for retailers, manufacturers, suppliers and logistics service providers. Terms were not disclosed.
Baker Tilly has received Deltek’s first-ever Partner of the Year award give to one that software company’s GovCon Consulting Partners. In the official words of Reston, Va.-based Deltek, "Baker Tilly was recognized for its positive impact to Deltek’s business and its customers, as well as strong collaboration with Deltek sales and services team." Based in Chicago, Ill., Baker Tilly also was one of four Premier Partners for 2014 in the GovCon area.