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  • Anouk Lorie 12:02 pm on July 10, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: , exit, , Neebula, Service Management Software, ServiceNow   

    IT Service Management Software ServiceNow Acquires Israel’s Neebula for $100M 

    The American coNeebula_logo_smallermpany ServiceNow which offers a platform-as-a-service provider of IT service management software acquireed the Israeli automatic business service management (BSM) Neebula for $100 million.
    Neebula’s flagship product, ServiceWatch, automates the discovery, mapping, and monitoring of IT-enabled enterprise services. This addition will become an integral part of the ServiceNow IT Operations Management portfolio. “Neebula is very excited to be part of the ServiceNow team,” said Yuval Cohen, co-founder and CEO of Neebula. “We had a vision to transform the ITOM market by automating the creation and maintenance of service models.

     
  • NoCamels Team 11:37 am on August 15, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Trusteer Acquired By IBM For An Estimated $800M 

    Trusteer Acquired By IBM For An Estimated $800MInternational computing giant IBM has announced its biggest Israeli acquisition yet. IBM is acquiring Israeli company Trusteer, which develops security software. According to estimates the deal is worth $800 million, which will be paid in cash.

    IBM will keep Trusteer, which has $100 million yearly revenue cycle, as a security lab division in its corporation.

     
  • NoCamels Team 5:43 pm on June 19, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Scale IO Aquired By EMC For $200-300M 

    Scale IO Aquired By EMC For $200-300MScaleIO, an Israeli startup which is a world-leader in enterprise data and elastic converged storage, has been acquired by enterprise data giant, EMC.

    Israeli technology blog Geektime reports that EMC paid $200-300 million for Scale IO.

     
  • NoCamels Team 1:29 pm on April 29, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Alma Lasers Acquired For $240M By Fosun 

    almaIsraeli company Alma Lasers Ltd., which manufactures laser, light-based, radiofrequency and ultrasound products for the medical and aesthetic market, has been acquired by Chinese company Fosun Pharmaceutical Group Co. Ltd. The Chinese company will pay $240 million for a 95.6 percent stake in the Israeli company.

     
  • NoCamels Team 5:11 pm on April 11, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Israeli CyOptics Acquired For $400M By Singaporean Avago 

    Israeli CyOptics Acquired For $400M By Singaporean AvagoSingaporean Avago, considered one of the world’s leading optical infrastructure providers, has announced that it is acquiring Israeli company CyOptics, which also operates in the same field. According to the agreement, Avago will pay $400 million for the Israeli company.

     
  • NoCamels Team 10:52 am on March 5, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , allscripts, dbmotion, exit,   

    Medical Data Company dbMotion Acquired For $235M 

    Medical Data Company dbMotion Acquired For $235MIsraeli medical data management company dbMotion has been acquired by American distributer Allscripts Healthcare Solutions. Calcalist reports that Allscripts, dbMotion’s main distributer, paid $235 million after months of negotiations.

     
  • NoCamels Team 3:31 pm on January 23, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Intucell Acquired By Cisco For $475M 

    Intucell Acquired By Cisco For $475MIsraeli company Intucell, which develops technology that allows cellular carriers to handle more traffic on their grid, has been acquired by communication technology giant Cisco. Cisco has announced that the acquisition price will be a whopping $475 million.

     
  • NoCamels Team 5:05 pm on January 8, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: average, exit, , price,   

    PwC: Average Israeli Exit Price Soars To $111M In 2012 

    PwC: Average Israeli Exit Price Soars To $111M In 2012Accounting firm PWC Israel sums up 2012 as an extremely positive year for Israeli high tech companies. The firm indicates that since 2008, there average exit price has been constantly rising. In 2008, the average exit was $32 million, whilst in 2012, the average is a whopping $111 million – an all-time record.

     
  • NoCamels Team 11:42 am on December 4, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Israeli 3D Printer Company Objet Merges With American Stratasys, Gets $1.4B Exit 

    Israeli 3D Printer Company Objet Merges With American Stratasys, Gets $1.4B ExitObjet, an Israeli company which develops 3D printing technology, has merged with American company Stratasys, to form a $3 billion company that will be incorporated in Israel. In the merger, Objet is valued to be worth $1.4 Billion and will account for 45 percent of the merged company’s worth.

     
  • NoCamels Team 10:35 am on November 29, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: $650m, , exit, , point of sale, retail,   

    NCR Acquires Israeli Retalix For $650M 

    NCR Acquires Israeli Retalix For $650MIsraeli company Retalix, which provides point-of-sale software and services, has been acquired by global payment and retail technology giant NCR. NCR will pay approx. $650 million in cash for the acquisition.

     
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