Top 20 Software & Services Deals for August 2017

Deal No. Amount Paid (USD) Company Investor/Buyer Sector Deal Type
1 $3,700,000,000 AppDynamics Cisco Software & Services Acquisition
2 $1,580,000,000 BAMTech The Walt Disney Company Software & Services Acquisition
3 $1,100,000,000 CoverMyMeds McKesson Software & Services Acquisition
4 $1,000,000,000 Vantage Data Centers Digital Bridge Holdings Software & Services Acquisition
5 $950,000,000 Symantec Website Security DigiCert Software & Services Acquisition
6 $900,000,000 Telvent DTN TBG Treuhand Günthardt AG Software & Services Acquisition
7 $800,000,000 Verily Temasek Holdings Software & Services Investment
8 $650,000,000 SimpliVity Hewlett Packard Enterprise Software & Services Acquisition
9 $614,000,000 Veracode CA Technologies Software & Services Acquisition
10 $610,000,000 Viptela Cisco Software & Services Acquisition
11 $502,000,000 Improbable Consortium Software & Services Investment
12 $500,000,000 Outcome Health Consortium Software & Services Investment
13 $462,000,000 Jive Software Aurea Software Software & Services Acquisition
14 $425,000,000 Trello Atlassian Software & Services Acquisition
15 $410,000,000 SenseTime Consortium Software & Services Investment
16 $400,000,000 Unity Technologies Silver Lake Partners Software & Services Investment
17 $400,000,000 BlueCat Madison Dearborn Partners Software & Services Acquisition
18 $400,000,000 AirTrunk Undisclosed Software & Services Investment
19 $370,000,000 Comptel Nokia Software & Services Acquisition
20 $360,000,000 Tata Technologies Warburg Pincus Software & Services Investment

More information

  1. Cisco to Buy Software Maker AppDynamics for $3.7 Billion (Bloomberg)
  2. Disney to acquire majority stake in BAMTech from Major League Baseball for additional $1.58 billion (Variety)
  3. McKesson to buy CoverMyMeds for $1.1 bln (PE HUB)
  4. Digital Bridge to acquire Vantage Data Centers for $1 billion – sources (Europe Breaking News)
  5. Symantec To Sell Website Security Business To DigiCert For $950M (CRN)
  6. Schneider Agrees to Sell Telvent DTN to TBG for $900 Million (Bloomberg)
  7. Alphabet’s health-tech company Verily gets $800 million from Singapore investment firm Temasek (VentureBeat)
  8. HPE acquires SimpliVity for $650M in cash (TechCrunch)
  9. Veracode bought by CA Technologies for $614 million (Boston Globe)
  10. Cisco scoops up yet another cloud company, acquiring SD-WAN startup Viptela for $610M (TechCrunch)
  11. London-based AI and simulation start-up Improbable bags $502m in funding from SoftBank (Computing UK)
  12. A healthcare firm that wants to create ‘an exam room that knows you’ just landed a $5.5 billion valuation (Business Insider Australia)
  13. Collaboration software company Jive to be acquired by Aurea for $462 million (TechCrunch)
  14. Atlassian to Acquire Trello, for $425M (FinSMEs)
  15. Chinese AI Start-Up SenseTime Raises $410 Million Series B Round (China Money Network)
  16. Unity, whose software powers half of all new mobile games, lands $400 million from Silver Lake (TechCrunch)
  17. Hyatt brothers strike again: Toronto tech entrepreneurs sell BlueCat Networks for $400-million (The Globe and Mail)
  18. APAC data centre startup raises $400m led by Goldman Sachs and TPG Capital (Data/Economy)
  19. Nokia to buy Comptel for $370M as it pushes deeper into carrier software (TechCrunch)
  20. Warburg Pincus to devote $360M to Tata Technologies (PitchBook Blog)
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