Perfion has been acquired by Boyum IT
Perfion has been acquired by Boyum IT, a portfolio company of Volpi Capital. This acquisition enables Boyum IT to offer Microsoft-based software solutions and further strengthen its position as a one-stop shop software provider.
Perfion, founded in 2002 and headquartered in Denmark, with offices in Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, the US and UK, is a SaaS company with a leading position in the PIM (product information management) solutions area, servicing a broad and international customer base. The Perfion software suite enables companies to manage product information and efficiently distribute this via relevant channels. It integrates seamlessly with other enterprise software solutions, such as CRM, ERP and PLM systems, as well as e-commerce platforms, hence acting as a single source of truth for all product information.
Headquartered in Denmark and operating in 125 countries, Boyum IT is a leading provider of SAP solutions. The firm was founded in 1997 and has been implementing and supporting ERP accounting software for more than 15 years.
Oaklins’ team in Denmark acted as strategic and financial advisor to the owners of Perfion.
Chairman of the Board, Perfion
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