Aptean completes acquisition of Bristol-based Sanderson Group Plc

Mergers & Acquisitions | South East | South West | Technology

Aptean, a global provider of enterprise software solutions, has acquired Sanderson Group Plc, a Bristol-based provider of digital technology solutions, innovative software and managed services.

The acquisition provides Aptean the opportunity to grow its European presence, as well as invest in a well-established business with expertise in enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain and multi-channel retail software.

Founded in 1983 and publicly owned until the acquisition, Sanderson the specialist provider of digital technology solutions, innovative software and managed services for the retail, wholesale, supply chain logistics, food and drink processing and manufacturing market sectors, has approximately 800 customers. Sanderson software solutions helps their customers to remain at the cutting edge of their industries.

“The Sanderson acquisition is a significant development for Aptean and will provide us with a critical entry point into the UK market,” said TVN Reddy, Aptean’s Chief Executive Officer. “Sanderson is well-positioned as a specialist, vertically focused vendor in the sectors in which it operates as evidenced by the high customer satisfaction seen across its customer base.”

Ian Newcombe, Chief Executive Officer at Sanderson said: “Sanderson has built a reputation as a leader in digital technology solutions, innovative software and managed services for the retail, wholesale, supply chain logistics, food and drink processing and manufacturing market sectors, with a focus on keeping our customers one step ahead of their competition.

“Joining the Aptean team will allow us to build on that focus, delivering solutions that help our customers and the markets we address thrive today as well as starting the journey towards SaaS solutions for the future. We’re excited for this new era of growth and innovation.”

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