Crayon draws up acquisition plan: 'We're a consolidation vehicle for the market'

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Crayon draws up acquisition plan: 'We're a consolidation vehicle for the market'

Crayon tells CPI it's actively seeking a merger, following the news its rival and investor SoftwareONE snapped up Comparex last week

The dual CEOs of licensing heavyweight Crayon have told CPI that they're looking to acquire a services firm "in the short-term", hot on the heels of its pan-European rivals SoftwareONE and Comparex merging. Group Holding CEO Torgrim Takle (pictured) said the strategy to acquire is a matter of ensuring market longevity. "Two of the leading companies in our industry, SoftwareONE and Comparex, came together, so that underlies the consolidation trend in our industry," he said. "We have already...

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