DELFT, Netherlands, April 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Exact, Dutch headquartered supplier of business software, announces the acquisition of Gripp, provider of SaaS business software for professional service companies. The acquisition massively expands Exact’s range of Professional Services solutions for the fast-growing Professional Services Automation (PSA) market in the Benelux. This acquisition is in line with Exacts ambition to intensify its growth in the services sector.
Focus on services sector
The addition of Gripp, together with Software Gemak (formerly Unit4 Bedrijfssoftware, acquired in late 2020), to Exacts portfolio, provides Exact with a range of services sector oriented solutions. Gripp is a perfect addition to the existing portfolio, offering a comprehensive suite of Professional Services Automation (PSA) solutions that include CRM, time registration, invoicing, project management, purchasing and HR administration, and powerfully strengthening Exacts position in the services sector. PSA is the international term for the segment of business services automation. Gripp services 1700 customers and is located in Tilburg.
Paul Ramakers, CEO at Exact: “The Netherlands is a nation of services companies with Professional Services Automation solutions in high demand. This is a great purchase for Exact and not only because of the modern SaaS offering, the strength of the team or the entrepreneurial culture that fits well with Exact but also because together we better serve the needs of different segments and subsegments. Together, we are creating a very broad offering with advanced cloud solutions for the services sector. This move is in line with our strategy to achieve growth through a powerful combination of organic development and expansion through acquisitions.”
“For Gripp, this acquisition allows us to realise our ambition to grow in a larger ecosystem,” says Marcel Koenders, CEO and co-founder of Gripp. “We have a great team and product and we are looking forward to continuing our journey as part of Exact.”