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Anite, the Hampshire-based supplier of research software with 500 staff in 14 offices, is to be acquired by Keysight Technologies for £388m.
Anite has sold Anite Travel, the Slough-based travel software firm with 160 staff, to a management team backed by private equity firm LDC for £45m.
Anite is to sell its Anite Public Sector Holdings software division to Northgate Information Solutions UK for £54m.
Anite Group has sold Anite Deutschland, its German IT services business with 90 staff, to VEGA Group for £8m.
Anite Group has acquired Invenova Corp, the US provider of software for WiMAX device testing, for an initial £3.1m.
Anite Group is to acquire Nemo, the Finnish mobile phone network testing business, from Elektrobit Group for £57m.
Anite is seeking acquisitions to expand its computer services business, and is particularly interested in the public sector software market.
Anite Group is to sell Datavance, its French IT consultancy division, to a management buy-out for £13m.
Anite has sold Anite Transport, the provider of consultancy services to the passenger transport industry with 17 staff, to Trapeze for £0.9m.
Anite Group is to sell Anite Benelux, its Dutch IT consultancy business, to a local software company for £1m.
Anite Group is to sell its loss-making German IT consulting subsidiary, which employs 130 staff, to a management team for a nominal sum.
Anite has acquired CME Systems, the Bedfordshire-based provider of forensic and property management products with 16 staff, for about £1m.
Anite has acquired Micro Surveys Property Systems of Kingston-upon-Thames for up to £8m, in order to provide mobile working applications to the public sector.
Anite has acquired Ideal Technology Services, the Manchester-based provider of software and consultancy services to local authorities, for £5m.
Anite is to acquire Lorien Consulting, the Surrey-based IT and customer loyalty consultancy, from Lorien for up to £4.8m.
Anite is to acquire FSS Group, the supplier of travel reservation software, for up to £10m, and is considering plans to transfer some of its research activities to Latvia.
Anite has acquired Braid Hill Holdings, the Edinburgh-based supplier of public sector software, for about £0.3m.
Anite has acquired Parsec Systems, the Aylesbury-based e-business services group, for an initial £7m.
Anite is to acquire Didgicom, the developer of travel software, for up to £1.8m.
Anite is to acquire Rox Mariehamn, the Finnish IT services company, for up to £0.3m.
Anite is looking to expand its IT services business geographically, by acquiring overseas companies with about 200 staff.
Anite is to acquire Datavance, the French IT consultancy, for £49m, in order to develop a pan-European service for its banking and telecoms customers.
Anite is acquiring 2 Sell Marketing & Sales Consultancy, the Dutch internet business, for up to £0.6m, in order to create a training centre for its 800 consultants in continental Europe.
Anite has acquired part of the Local Government Solutions business of Bull Information Systems for £2.2m.
Anite has announced the acquisition of two software companies - Orbis for £1.2m and Opentur for £2.1m.
Anite is selling its computer networks business in Australia and New Zealand to Dantec of South Africa for £11m, in order to focus on IT services.