Maddocks advises on key technology acquisition
Maddocks has advised the founder of Brisbane-based company Adopt & Embrace on its purchase by Netherlands-based Microsoft cloud specialist Rapid Circle, backed by private equity firm Mentha Capital
Adopt & Embrace works with companies on change management issues when adopting the Microsoft 365 suite of products. They have worked with major companies such as Youi and Deloitte on large-scale digital projects. The company will continue to operate as Adopt & Embrace and act as Rapid Circle’s adoption and change management unit in Australia.
This is the second strategic acquisition by Rapid Circle in Australia this year – and both times Maddocks advised the company that was acquired. In the previous matter, Maddocks acted for Australian-based Microsoft partner Insync Technology.
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