Accel-KKR's Kana in Cross-Border Deal

Cody, Tamika
October 2010
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;10/11/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 41, p24
The article announces the merger between KANA Software and Lagan Technologies. KANA Software's communications, financial services, healthcare, retail and technology units are deemed to be complementary with Lagan's government to citizen (G2C) technology. The deal is projected to create 100 new jobs at Lagan's Belfast headquarters in Northern Ireland, which will also serve as the European headquarters and a channel for international growth for KANA.


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