Benelux data & AI consulting firm secures private equity investment to accelerate growth
Xomnia, a leading consultancy organization specializing in data science, data engineering and artificial intelligence (AI) services, has attracted investor Foreman Capital. By partnering with Foreman Capital, Xomnia will be able to execute and accelerate its current growth strategy, as well as jointly shape the company’s international ambitions through organic growth and acquisitions.
Since its foundation in 2013, Xomnia has acquired a dominant market position as a niche partner for data and AI propositions in the Netherlands.
Our goal was to find a new partner for Xomnia that shares the same entrepreneurial core values, to take the company to the next phase and increase the number of exciting opportunities for our professionals. By leveraging their extensive industry experience and broad international network, Oaklins enabled us to find that ideal partner. The guidance and result-oriented approach from the Oaklins team has proved exceptionally valuable throughout the process.WILLIAM VAN LITH AND OLLIE DAPPER, CO-FOUNDERS, XOMNIA, NETHERLANDS
Oaklins’ international reach played a crucial role in this transaction
Oaklins’ team in the Netherlands acted as the exclusive sell-side M&A advisor to the shareholders of Xomnia. Through its structured approach and international reach, Oaklins was able to lead a broad and competitive sale process, identifying over 300 potential buyers and including more than 200 buyers in the process. This tightly managed and competitive process resulted in immense interest and more than 25 offers from various parts of the world, allowing the shareholders to consider and choose from a wide variety of deal structures and options for a fantastic final result. This transaction highlights Oaklins’ strong track record and expertise in the fast-moving AI sector and emphasizes its extensive experience in TMT.
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