The Capitalization Report v210519 PE Software (BETA)

The Capitalization Report v210519
Editor: JD M and Will E
Topic: PE Software Deals

TOP DEALS (PE SOFTWARE)

RealPage: Thoma Bravo acquired and took private RealPage, a Richardson, Tx.-based provider of software and data analytics, for about $10.2 billion. (Disclosure: Our 100% owner, Red Hook Capital, in The Capitalization Report has been advisor to Thoma Bravo) PRESS RELEASE URL: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210422005682/en/Thoma-Bravo-Completes-Acquisition-of-RealPage

Fenergo, an Ireland-based digital enabler of client and regulatory technology for financial services, raised $80 million. DXC led the round and was joined by the venture arm of Dutch bank ABN Amro. 

Kajabi, an Irvine, Calif.-based e-commerce platform for entrepreneurs in the knowledge economy, raised $550m in growth equity financing that values the company at over $2 billion

DoubleVerify, launched Initial Public Offering

VALUATION (RealPage)

Upon the completion of the acquisition, RealPage shareholders were entitled to receive $88.75 in cash per share. The price per share represents a 30.8 percent premium to the company’s closing share price of $67.83 on December 18, 2020, and a premium of 36.5 percent over RealPage’s 30-day volume-weighted average share price through December 18, 2020. With the completion of the acquisition, RealPage becomes a privately-held company, and its common stock ceased trading and will no longer be listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange.

LEADERSHIP (CEO RealPage)

Mr. Stephen Winn is the Founder and serves as Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer at RealPage. He has served as RealPage chief executive officer, chairman of the board, and a member of our board of directors since November 1998. Prior to RealPage, Mr. Winn served in various executive positions, including president of Research Institute of America, a provider of information services to the accounting industry and a wholly owned subsidiary of Thomson Reuters Corporation, and president and chief executive officer of Computer Language Research Inc., a publicly traded company focused on tax compliance, tax research and accounting software, which was acquired by Thomson Reuters Corporation. Mr. Winn was one of five people recognized by the National Apartment Association as a leader in the multifamily industry. Accounting Today recognized him as one of the 100 most influential people. In June 2012, Mr. Winn was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2012 Southwest Area North Award recipient. He is an active member of the National Apartment Association and National Multifamily Housing Council. Mr. Winn received his Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and his Master of Science in management from Stanford University.

OTHER DEALS (PE SOFTWARE DEALS MONEY RAISED TO DATE IN MILLIONS)

RealPage590.13
Fenergo181.38
Kajabi550
Redwood Software379.37
DoubleVerify (NYS: DV)582.94
Arrive Logistics335.05
Vena Solutions476
CivicPlus290
Octopus Deploy174.5
Axtria213.64
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KEYWORDS: TVM Capital Life Science, Salesforce Ventures, Thoma Bravo, NTTVC, T-Mobile Ventures, Brighteye Ventures, China Creation Ventures, OpenView Venture Partners, True Ventures

NEW FUNDS

TVM Capital Life Science, a Munich, Germany and Montreal, Canada-based life sciences venture capital firm, closed its latest fund, at US$478m

Salesforce [NYSE: CRM], the global leader in CRM, launched a second $100m Impact Fund from Salesforce Ventures, the company’s global strategic investment arm 

Thoma Bravo, a private equity firm focused on the software and technology-enabled services sectors, completed the fundraising for three funds totaling more than $22.8 billion in capital commitments 

NTTVC, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based venture capital firm formed in collaboration with NTT, launched a $500m fund 

T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) has launched T-Mobile Ventures, a new multi-year investment fund focused on early and emerging growth companies developing 5G products and services for the T-Mobile network 

Brighteye Ventures, a Luxembourg-based edtech venture capital firm with offices in London and Paris, announced its $54m first close of its second fund

China Creation Ventures, a Beijing, China-based venture capital firm, closed its second USD fund, at over $300m

OpenView Venture Partners, a Boston, MA-based venture capital firm focused on business software, closed its sixth fund, at $450m

Menlo Park, Calif.-based venture capital firm Menlo Ventures launched a flagship $500M fund

True Ventures, a Palo Alto, CA-based venture capital firm, closed two funds amounting in total to $840m

PEG Deals that close plus focus today on the beverage industry

Should you have a beverage company that has $20 million plus in revenue and needs growth capital, text JD at +1 858-869-9483 anytime.  Referrals to business owners is welcome!

Great example in the news is that LifeAID raised private equity for growth this week.  The Mercury News report at the 1st of year the following, “A 3-year-old Santa Cruz beverage company, LifeAID, is profitable, ramping up to ship 1 million cans a month, supplying customers in a dozen countries and needing more space in the Wrigley building on the Westside.”  This is a prime example of what type of company gets funded and we can fast track your process.

We will be contacting a beer, wine, and energy drink company today.  Other referrals welcome! And now for the news of deals that get funded by Private Equity Groups!

Private Equity

Information provide by Associated Press, CB Insight, Crunchbase, Forbes, Market Watch, Reuters, and other sources.  Please check company website for best information.

• 3PL Central, a Manhattan Beach, Calif.-based provider of third party logistics and warehouse management software, has acquired Traker Systems, a provider of cloud-based inventory control software. No financial terms were disclosed. 3PL Central is a portfolio company of Mainsail Partners. www.3plcentral.com

• Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs have agreed to acquire a majority stake inCarver Korea, a South Korean cosmetics company. No financial terms were disclosed, except that Carver is on a $130 million revenue run rate. This represents Bain Capital’s first-ever investment in Korea. www.hydration.co.kr

• Clayton, Dubilier & Rice has completed its previously-announced acquisition of Tranzact, a Fort Lee, N.J.-based provider of direct-to-consumer sales and marketing solutions for U.S. insurance carriers, from shareholders like White Mountains Insurance Group Ltd. (NYSE: WTM). No financial terms were disclosed, although earlier news reports said that Tranzact generates around $50 million in annual EBITDA. Evercore managed the process. www.cdr-inc.com

• Clubessential LLC, a Cincinnati-based provider of software for golf and yacht clubs, has raised an undisclosed amount of growth equity funding from Battery Ventures. www.clubessential.com

Thoma Bravo

• Deltek, a Herndon, Va.-based portfolio company of Thoma Bravo, has acquired Union Square Software, a UK-based provider of project information and collaboration software for the architecture, engineering and construction markets. No financial terms were disclosed. www.deltek.com

• First Reserve has agreed to acquire Morrison Utility Services, a British utility infrastructure company, from Bregal Capital and Motion Equity Partners. No financial terms were disclosed, except that Morrison generates over £600 million in annual revenue. www.firstreserve.com

• Genesys, a French provider of omnichannel customer experience and contact center solutions, has raised around $900 million in equity funding from Hellman & Friedman at a $3.8 billion valuation. www.genesys.com/fr

• LifeAID Beverage Co., a Santa Cruz, Calif.-based manufacturer of “premium nutritional products for active lifestyles,” has raised an undisclosed amount of private equity funding from KarpReilly LLC. www.lifeaidbevco.com

• Marlin Equity Partners has acquired Revenew Inc., a provider of through-channel and distributed marketing solutions. No financial terms were disclosed. Revenew with the marketing applications business from Teradata Corp. (NYSE: TDC), and call the combined company Aprimo. www.marlinequity.com

• Vantage Specialty Chemicals Inc., a Chicago-based portfolio company of The Jordan Co., has agreed to acquire Mallet and Company, a Pittsburgh-based provider of baking release agents. No financial terms were disclosed. www.vantagespecialties.com

Information provide by Associated Press, CB Insight, Crunchbase, Forbes, Market Watch, Reuters, and other sources.  Please check company website for best information.

We are currently looking to invest in following area, but are open to other companies with strong growth and need for capital to support the growth!

  • Specialty Manufacturing / Industrial Technology

  • Consumer Products and Services

  • Business Services

  • Health Care Services

  • Education and Training

Referrals to business owners and the people that support these owners such as accountant, lawyers, and others is welcome!

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Thoma Bravo and PEG Deals that close!

Thoma Bravo has been making the news with Imprivata and McAfee.  Although I have not done a deal recently with Thoma Bravo, we have long history and many hours spent working the day out of their Chicago offices board room on deals.  If you want to fast track your deal with Thoma Bravo, please feel free to text me, JD Morris, at +1 858-869-9483 anytime.

And now for PEG deals that close!

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• Advanced Solutions International, an Alexandria, Va.-based provider of cloud software to associations and nonprofits, has raised an undisclosed amount of private equity funding from Bregal Sagemount. www.advsol.com

• Array Technologies Inc., an Albuquerque, N.M.-based manufacturer of solar tracking solutions, has raised an undisclosed amount of private equity funding fromOaktree Capital Management. www.arraytechinc.com

• Ardian has acquired a majority stake in Ionisos, a French-based provider of cold sterilization services, from Agilitas. No financial terms were disclosed.www.ardian.com

• Dyal Capital Partners has acquired a minority stake in the management company of private equity firm Silver Lake. No financial terms were disclosed.www.silverlake.com

• Geneva Glen Capital has sponsored a recapitalization of Southeastern Home Health Services, a Bristol, Penn.-based Medicare home health provider. No financial terms were disclosed. www.sehomehealth.com

• Premise Health, a Brentwood, Tenn.-based worksite engagement company owned by Water Street Healthcare Partners, has acquired TransformHealthRx Inc., a company focused on onsite and multi-employer health and wellness centers. No financial terms were disclosed.www.premisehealth.com

• Quad-C Management has acquired Rainbow Early Education Holding, a Troy, Mich.-based early education company with over 10,500 students, from Spire Capital Partners. No financial terms were disclosed. www.rainbowccc.com

• Thoma Bravo has agreed to acquire Imprivata (NYSE: IMPR), a Lexington, Mass.-based healthcare IT security company, for approximately $544 million. The $19.25 per share deal represents a 33% premium to Imprivata’s closing stock priceon Tuesday. www.imprivata.com

• Titan Spine, a Mequon, Wis.-based developer of surface-enhanced spinal interbody fusion implants, has raised “a substantial round of financing” fromSouthlake Equity Group. No financial terms were disclosed. www.titanspine.com

• Thoma Bravo, Permira, and Vista Equity Partners are among the private equity firms conducting preliminary due diligence on McAfee, the computer security business being sold off by Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC), according to Bloomberg.

Thoma Bravo

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PEG deals that close 2016-08-08

Thoma Bravo “has a long, well-known history as a pioneering private-equity consolidator of fragmented industries.”— CRAIN’S’ CHICAGO BUSINESS MAGAZINE

Thoma Bravo

Text JD Morris at +1 858-869-9483 should you want to fast track your deal at Thoma Bravo, Platinum Equity, TPG, Carlyle Group, and many other private equity funds.  Here are few deals closed in by PEGs recently:

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 Astra Capital Management has acquired Logix Communications, an Oklahoma City-based provider of fiber-based enterprise voice and data services, from a unit of j2 Global (Nasdaq: JCOM). No financial terms were disclosed, except that additional equity commitments came from Wafra Investment Advisory Group and DB Private Equity, while debt financing was led by Brightwood Capitalwww.logix.com

• Clayton Dubilier & Rice is among those preparing to submit final bids for Leroy-Somer, the alternator business of Emerson Electric (NYSE: EMR), according to Reuters. The deal is expected to be valued at around $1.1 billion, with a pair of Chinese strategics also reportedly interested.

• Crimson Ventures has acquired a minority equity stake in Thrivist LLC, a Franklin, Tenn.-based learning and analytics platform for K-12 schools. No financial terms were disclosed. www.thrivist.com

• Oak Hill Capital Partners has agreed to acquire Oxford Networks, a provider of fiber-optic bandwidth infrastructure services in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Sellers include Novacap and Bank Street Capital Partners. No financial terms were disclosed for the deal, following which Oak Hill will merge Oxford Networks with FirstLight Fiber (which Oak Hill agreed to buy in March from Riverside Partners. www.oxfordnetworks.com

• Serent Capital has acquired a minority equity stake in Docutech, an Idaho Falls, Idaho-based provider of compliance and documentation technology. No financial terms were disclosed. www.docutech.com

Thoma Bravo

• Thoma Bravo has completed its previously-announced acquisition of Elemica, a Wayne, Penn.-based supply chain operating network for process industries. No financial terms were disclosed. www.elemica.com

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Deals That Close – PEG 2015 -06 – 05

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• Avenger Flight Group, a Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.-based provider of flight simulator training and services to civil aviation clients, has secured an undisclosed amount of growth equity funding from Seacoast Capital and Patriot Capital.www.afgsim.com

• Bain Capital and PAG Asia Capital are considering acquisition offers forTakata Corp., the Japanese auto air-bag manufacturer that already has received takeover interest from KKR, according to Bloomberg.

Carlyle Group

• The Blackstone Group and The Carlyle Group have bailed on the auction for Canadian drugmaker Concordia Healthcare Corp. (TSX: CXR), sending the company’s stock down by as much as 21% in trading yesterday.

• CST Brands Inc. (NYSE: CST), a San Antonio, Texas-based convenience store chain with a $3.4 billion market cap, has received first-round takeover bids fromSeven & I Holdings (the Japanese parent company of 7-Eleven), Canada’sCouche-Tard Inc. (TSX: ATD) and a private equity pairing of Apollo Global Management with The Blackstone Group, according to Reuters.

• Distribution International Inc., a Houston, Texas-based distributor and fabricator in the mechanical insulation market, has acquired certain assets of Spokane, Wash.-based Johnson Insulation LLC. No financial terms were disclosed. Distribution International is a portfolio company of Advent International. www.distributioninternational.com

• Equistone has acquired ChartCo Ltd., a London-based provider of digital navigation and voyage compliance services to the marine industry, from ECI Partners at an enterprise value of 55 million. www.chartco.com

• Providence Equity Partners has agreed to acquire a majority equity stake inOEConnection LLC, a Richfield, Ohio-based provider of auto parts technology for OEM distribution networks. No financial terms were disclosed. Existing OEConnection shareholders Ford Motor Co. and General Motors each will retain 15% minority stakes. www.oeconnection.com

• Riverstone Holdings has agreed to acquire Talen Energy (NYSE: TLN), an Allentown, Penn.-based power generation company, in which it already held a 35% stake. Talen was spun off by PPL Corp. (NYSE: PPL) just a year ago, and is being valued by this deal at $5.2 billion (including debt), with Riverstone paying $14 per share (56% premium to March 31 price, after which reports of a possible deal surfaced).

• Sun Capital Partners has completed a dividend recap for portfolio company Spectralink, a Boulder, Colo.-based provider of on-site enterprise wireless communications devices. Financing was provided by The Private Bank & Trust Co., although specific details were not disclosed. Sun Capital acquired Spectralink back in May 2012. www.spectralink.com

Thoma Bravo

• Thoma Bravo has agreed to acquire Qlik Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: QLIK), a Radnor, Penn.-based provider of business intelligence software, for approximately $3 billion, or $30.50 per share. Other early suitors had included Bain Capital and Permira. Read more.

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KIA Classic LPGA event & PEG Deals that closed!

Investor Network invites all you snow bird to come visit us here in Carlsbad, CA for sun and fun with special lunch for our members at the KIA Classic at last week of March!  Email JD for details: jdm.networking@gmail.com

And now for deals that closed!

PRIVATE EQUITY GROUP DEALS THAT CLOSED!

Carlyle GroupThoma Bravo

Anytime Fitness, a Hastings, Minn.-based fitness club operator, has raised an undisclosed amount of private equity funding from Roark Capital Groupwww.anytimefitness.com 
Berkshire Partners has agreed to acquire Catalina Marketing, a St. Petersburg, Fla.–based consumer marketing company, from Hellman & Friedman. No financial terms were disclosed, although prior reports suggested that bids could come in at between $2 billion and $2.5 billion. Silver Lake also submitted an offer. www.catalinamarketing.com

The Carlyle Group has agreed to acquire the South Korean security systems unit of Tyco International Inc. (NYSE: TYC) for approximately $1.93 billion in cash. It is the largest private equity deal for a Korean target since 2008. www.carlyle.com

Exponent Private Equity has acquired the assets of The Loch Lomond Distillery Co., a UK-based distiller of Scotch whiskies and vodka. No financial terms were disclosed.www.lochlomonddistillery.com

Fred’s Inc. (Nasdaq: FRED), a Memphis-based chain of retail discount stores and full service pharmacies, has reached out to such possible buyers as H.I.G. Capital, CVS Caremark, Walgreen Co. and Dollar General Corp., according to Bloomberg. The company’s current market cap is around $733 million. www.fredsinc.com

FrontStream Holdings LLC, an online corporate philanthropy platform, has acquired TRUiST, a Washington, D.C.-based provider of philanthropy solutions. FrontStream is a portfolio company ofArsenal Capital Partnerswww.frontstreampayments.com

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. has acquired a majority stake in Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc., a Memphis, Tenn.–based provider of claims and productivity management solutions, for $2.4 billion. Sellers include Hellman & Friedman and Stone Point Capital, although Stone Point is joining KKR as a minority equity partner. www.sedgwick.com

Modern Healthcare, a Monrovia, Calif.-based provider of specialty pharma services, has acquired two specialty pharmacies: Total Life Care Rx Pharmacy LLC (New Orleans) and Legacy Rx Holdings LLC (Orlando, FL). No financial terms were disclosed. Modern Healthcare is a portfolio company of Altamont Capital Partners. www.modernhealthinc.com

Northstar Travel Media, a Secaucus, N.J.-based travel media company, has acquired Travel Weekly China, Travel Weekly Asia,and Events China from Singapore-based Contineo Media. No financial terms were disclosed. Northstar Travel is owned by Wicks Group of Companies.www.northstartravelmedia.com

Riverbed Technology Inc. (Nasdaq: RVBD) has received buyout interest at around $25 per share from such firms as Silver Lake, KKR and Thoma Bravo, according to Bloomberg. A $25 per share offer would value the San Francisco-based networking equipment company at around $4.5 billion (including debt). It recently rejected a $21 per share offer from Elliott Management Corp., which previously had offered $19 per share. www.riverbed.com

Saban Capital, Discovery CommunicationsScripps Networks and Viacom all have submitted bids for UK television broadcaster Channel 5, according to the FT. Seller Richard Desmond is seeking around £700 million. www.channel5.com

Transpacific Industries Group (ASX: TPI) has agreed to sell its New Zealand waste management business to state-owned Beijing Capital Group for NZ$950 million (US$798m). Rival bidders included The Carlyle Group and a consortium that included two Maori tribes. www.transpacific.com.au

TriArtisan Capital Partners and Sentinel Capital Partners are in “advanced talks” to buy casual restaurant chain TGI Fridays from a subsidiary of Carlson Cos., according to Reuters. The deal could be valued at between $800 million and $900 million, with Morgan Joseph managing the process.www.tgifridays.com

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