Herbert Smith Freehills and Hogan Lovells advised Atlassian on the deal.
Atlassian has acquired ThinkTilt, the maker of ProForma, a no-code/low-code form builder for Jira. The acquisition builds on investments Atlassian is making to address the service management challenges faced by all companies embracing agile and digital workplace practices. Based in Brisbane, Australia, and used by over 700 companies, ThinkTilt helps IT empower any team in their organization to deliver great service and support to all their other employees quickly. It’s mission-critical to delivering enterprise-wide service management at scale and enabling every team to operate at high velocity.
The Herbert Smith Freehills team was led by partner and Head of Venture Capital Peter Dunne (Picture), Co-Head of Venture Capital Elizabeth Henderson, solicitor Catie Moore, senior associate Candice Heggelund, executive counsel Melanie Bouton, and solicitor Katherine Sharp, together with associate Sean McDermott and senior associate Shawn Williamson working across the firm’s Sydney and London offices. Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills partner Toby Eggleston also advised on the transaction.
Involved fees earner: Toby Eggleston – Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills; Melanie Bouton – Herbert Smith Freehills; Peter Dunne – Herbert Smith Freehills; Candice Heggelund – Herbert Smith Freehills; Elizabeth Henderson – Herbert Smith Freehills; Sean McDermott – Herbert Smith Freehills; Catie Moore – Herbert Smith Freehills; Shaun Williamson – Herbert Smith Freehills;