Customer capital acquitions

Lyceum Capital backs 5th bolt on for UK software company Access  August 12, 2011 – 11:37 am

UK mid-market house Lyceum Capital has backed another bolt-on for business software provider Access Group, which has acquired Delta Software in a £5.4m deal.

The acquisition is Access’ fifth since Lyceum Capital backed a £50m buyout of the group in March last year.

Since then, the company has consolidated its re-seller channel with the acquisition of its four largest partners – ATL, Elite, Hoge and DHC Finance – to create a direct-to-customer model.

Access said its acquisition of Delta marked an important next step in its growth strategy, which is based on the addition of complementary software and services alongside its existing suite to create a fully integrated range of business management applications.

Jeremy Hand, of Lyceum Capital and a director of Access, said: “This is an important step in Access’ long-term growth strategy which greatly strengthens its customer proposition in the supply chain space. Over the last 12 months, the business has grown organically twice as fast as its competition, consolidated its reseller base giving a more customer-centric approach, invested in its infrastructure to support continued growth and developed an exciting suite of next generation cloud based services set for launch this year. Looking forward, we’re excited about the prospects for Access.”

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