AVEVA did it: reaches deal to acquire OSIsoft for $5 billion

AVEVA did it: reaches deal to acquire OSIsoft for $5 billion

AVEVA did it: reaches deal to acquire OSIsoft for $5 billion Remember how AVEVA said it was in talks to acquire OSISoft? Appears they were successful: AVEVA just announced that it has reached agreement on the terms of an acquisition of OSIsoft at an enterprise value...
AVEVA did it: reaches deal to acquire OSIsoft for $5 billion

AVEVA says it’s in talks to acquire OSIsoft

AVEVA says it’s in talks to acquire OSIsoft It’s been rumored for a while that Schneider Electric is thinking about acquiring OSIsoft; today AVEVA said in a press release that it was in talks for the deal. (Schneider Electric owns most of AVEVA.) If you’re...
And it’s a wrap: Preventing virtual conference fatigue

And it’s a wrap: Preventing virtual conference fatigue

And it’s a wrap: Preventing virtual conference fatigue At some point, I’ll muster the energy to write about what I learned but right now I’d like to tell you about the experience of sitting through online user events from Altair, ANSYS, AVEVA,...
Quickie: AVEVA updates on June quarter & seems optimistic about the future

AVEVA says Q4 pipeline solid

AVEVA says Q4 pipeline solid AVEVA says Q4 pipeline “solid”Schneider Electric reported results today which mean that AVEVA also released a teeny earnings announcement. More on Schneider Electric later; AVEVA said it had seen revenue growth in the...
Quickie: AVEVA updates on June quarter & seems optimistic about the future

Quickie: AVEVA reports positive momentum in CQ3

AEC Schneider Electric reported Q3 results today, so AVEVA (partly owned by Schneider Electric) also issued a quick statement about its progress in the six months ended September 30. The company said that it “achieved low double-digit” (constant currency)...
AVEVA is all in on digital transformation

AVEVA is all in on digital transformation

If we believe Harvard Business Review (and they usually know what they’re talking about), “the failure rate for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) sits between 70 percent and 90 percent.” [The original article is behind a paywall; go here for a...