Freightos, an international shipping platform files to go public via SPAC. It’s must-reading for marketplace aficionados.
Ticketmaster succeeded in upending a monopoly, Ticketron, in part by changing the business model used in the industry.
EQT Private Equity (which is public) is taking Billtrust (BTRS), a leading accounts receivable and payments provider private.
Plastiq, a B2B SMB payments provider announced it is going public via SPAC. It has Bill.com-like ambitions, but who doesn’t?
Tegus is taking on GLG, Guidepoint, and others in the expert network market armed with a distinctive business model.
There’s been a quiet bidding war for Tungsten Network, the UK e-invoicing network. The acquisition premium is now about 90%.
Most of the software platform IPOs of the prior two years have not fared well since going public. Bill.com is the exception.
Basware a Finnish company in the AP and Procure-to-Pay market is being taken private by Accel-KKR, which knows this space well.
Forrester came out with their latest wave for the Source to Pay suites. They now call the market Supplier Value Management.