Buren advises Planon on the acquisition of the CAFM software conjectFM from Aconex. The acquisition covers all areas of Aconex’s business relating to CAFM, including all employees, customers and software products. The conjectFM CAFM software enables facility managers to have a systematic maintenance regime. With the acquisition of conjectFM, Planon envisages to continue its growth and commitment to the Central European market.
Planon is a global software provider that helps its clients streamline business processes for buildings, people and workplaces. Planon has over 2,000 customers in 40 countries, offices in the United Kingdom, Singapore, the Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Germany, France, India, Austria, Hong Kong and the United States. Planon is founded in 1982 and employs over 600 employees.
Aconex is an Australia-based construction management software company, founded in 2000, and has 50 offices in 30 countries around the world, including headquarters in Melbourne, Australia and San Francisco, California. Aconex acquired the conjectFM business as part of their acquisition of Conject AG in 2016.
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