SAP's Qualtrics deal may have some unexpected ramifications for Irish tech
It’s not quite open season on major software as a service (Saas) acquisitions, but there’s certainly going to be more chatter as the borders blur between sectors in tech
SAP’s purchase of Qualtrics last week has some interesting implications for Ireland, as well as the next potential round of major acquisitions.
The $8 billion purchase of the Utah-based business is the largest by SAP since 2014, and comes just a couple of months after Adobe bought Marketo for $4.75 billion. It’s not quite open season on major software as a service (Saas) acquisitions, but there’s certainly going to be more chatter as...
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