Listed accounting software group Sage’s bid for vendor Visma has been frozen
after the Norwegian software company’s board decided £334m was not enough money.
Sage though has refused to offer more money for the company – its initial
offer tabled three weeks ago was made after securing a recommendation from Visma
that it was offering a fair price for its shares, according to The
But the board of Visma has reportedly changed its mind after the company’s
revenues surged by 25% in the first quarter of the year, beating market
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