The company has been bought for $52m (£31.25m) by rival GEAC in a move that Comshare’s CEO, Dennis Ganster, said was all about competing financially.
‘We’re competing against companies that are ten times our size financially,’ he said. ‘Now we’re part of an organization that’s comparable to the competition.’
Redundancies within Comshare are not expected to be too great, with GEAC saying it is more focused on continuing maintenance revenue rather than licence sales.
Drastically fewer offices for HMRC in the hope to reduce their running costs
A CIO has been appointed at BDO from law firm Olswang
Global revenues have risen 8% to $7.6bn (£6bn) for BDO in 2016
The accounting and legal giants have partnered to create DataCheckPoint, an eight-stage data and cyber security audit offering