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COLUMBUS SELLS PRIVATE CLOUD BIZ

Columbus, which is the middle of retooling its operations, has sold its Private Cloud business to Atea. That deal this week follows the late December announcement of plans to sell its To-Increase software operations to Gilde Buy-Out Partners and the To-Increase management.

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DXC’S COLE, BURTT JOIN CPA FIRM MAZARS

Ivan Cole, a long-time player in the Dynamics market, has joined accounting firm Mazars USA. Cole has become managing director in the firm's Dynamics practice within the Microsoft Technology Consulting team.

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AVALARA BUYS E-INVOICING BIZ

Avalara has acquired Inposia Solutions, which markets e-invoicing, EDI and web EDI products. Terms for the purchase of the software company, based in Karlsruhe, Germany, were not disclosed.

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SAGE INVESTS IN BRIGHT PEARL

Sage has invested about $23 million in BrightPearl which markets retail systems. Sage will also take a seat on Brightpearl’s board.

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SAGE SELLING ASIA, AUSSIE BUSINESS

Sage has agreed to sell its businesses in Asia and Australia to the Access Group for about $128.7 million. The deal excludes its Sage People, Intacct and X-3 in those markets.

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COLUMBUS INKS TO-INCREASE SALE

Columbus has agreed to sell its To-Increase software subsidiary to Gilde Buy Out Partners and the management of To-increase. The price is about $138 million.

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ROOTSTOCK NAMES VPS

Rootstock, which makes ERP systems built on the Salesforce platform, has named two VPs. These are Ramesh Sunder as VP of products and technology and Samuel Wood as VP of software engineering.

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ENAVATE NAMES CLOUD LEADERS

Enavate has named three leaders in its cloud program. The program is being headed by Chad Sogge as the Ground to Cloud Software Executive.

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KEYEDIN MOVING TO AWS

KeyedIn will move its project management systems to Amazon Web Services beginning early next year. KeyedIn Project will first move to AWS with data centers in the United Kingdom in January.

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QAD TO BUY GERMAN VENDOR

 QAD has an agreement to buy Allocation Network GmbH, a provider for strategic sourcing and supplier management, based in Munich, Germany. Terms were not disclosed.

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