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  • CA Inc. (CA) Inks Deal to Acquire Austria-based Automic
    Zacks2 days ago

    CA Inc. (CA) Inks Deal to Acquire Austria-based Automic

    CA Inc. (CA) has inked an agreement to acquire Austrian business automation software company, Automic Holding GmbH for 600 million euros (($635 million).

  • Reuters3 days ago

    CA buys Austrian peer Automic in $635 million deal

    U.S. software management group CA Inc (CA.O) said on Thursday it has agreed to buy Austrian business automation firm Automic from private equity group EQT in a 600 million euro ($635 million) deal as it seeks to expand in Europe. Automic specializes in helping developers of some of the most complex business applications to roll out new releases of software at companies such as Bosch, Netflix, eBay, Exxon Mobil, Vodafone, Société Générale, General Electric and Swisscom. At the time of EQT's acquisition of Automic, the company made 65 million euros in sales and was very focused on its clients in the German-speaking world.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    U.S. software group CA buys Austrian peer Automic in 600 mln euro deal

    U.S. software management group CA Inc said on Thursday it has agreed to buy Austrian business automation firm Automic from private equity group EQT in a 600 million euro ($635 million) deal as it seeks to expand in Europe. Automic specialises in helping developers of some of the most complex business applications to roll out new releases of software at companies such as Bosch, Netflix, eBay, Exxon Mobil, Vodafone, Société Générale, General Electric and Swisscom. At the time of EQT's acquisition of Automic, the company made 65 million euros in sales and was very focused on its clients in the German-speaking world.