Precisely’s Acquisition of Winshuttle

Sidley Austin LLP advised Precisely on the deal while Paul Hastings, LLP represented Symphony Technology Group.

Precisely, a portfolio company of Clearlake Capital Group and TA Associates, announced its acquisition of Winshuttle, a portfolio company of Symphony Technology Group. Precisely is a global software company specializing in big data, high-speed sorting products, data integration, data quality, data enrichment, and location intelligence offerings.

The Sidley team is being led by Mehdi Khodadad (Picture), Scott Parel, and Mark Castiglia (M&A and Private Equity), and includes Rebekah Maloney and Amanda Patterson (M&A and Private Equity); Eric Kauffman, Peter McCorkell, and Emily Wajert (Employment); Kyle Barnett (Technology and IP Transactions); Stacy Crosnicker and Sarah Recktenwald (Employee Benefits); Rachel Kleinberg and Jonathan Westreich (Tax); Karen Kazmerzak, Ken Daly, Elizabeth Chen, and Jakob Dewispelaere (Antitrust/Competition); Sven De Knop and Alessandra Moroni (International Trade); and Ash Nagdev, Mark Prior, and Denise Kara (Privacy and Cybersecurity).

The Paul Hastings team was led by Private Equity Partner Dana Kromm, and included associates Erica Lee and Elena Burns. Additional advice was provided by partner Lucas Rachuba and associate Dahlia Ali (Tax); partner Lindsay Sparks (Finance); partner Dan Stellenberg, of counsel Jeffrey Ii, and associate William McCue (Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits); partner Jane Song, and associate Laura Yip (IP); partner Sherrese Smith and associate John Gasparini (Data Privacy and Security); of counsel Michael Wise and associate Mary Walser (Antitrust); partner Scott Flicker and senior associate Randall Johnston (Trade Controls); and of counsel Jennifer Riddle (Compliance).

Involved fees earner: Dahlia Ali – Paul Hastings LLP; Elena Burns – Paul Hastings LLP; Scott Flicker – Paul Hastings LLP; John Gasparini – Paul Hastings LLP; Jeffrey Ii – Paul Hastings LLP; Randall Johnston – Paul Hastings LLP; Dana Kromm – Paul Hastings LLP; Erica Lee – Paul Hastings LLP; William McCue – Paul Hastings LLP; Lucas Rachuba – Paul Hastings LLP; Jennifer Riddle – Paul Hastings LLP; Sherrese Smith – Paul Hastings LLP; Jane Song – Paul Hastings LLP; Lindsay Sparks – Paul Hastings LLP; Dan Stellenberg – Paul Hastings LLP; Mary Walser – Paul Hastings LLP; Michael Wise – Paul Hastings LLP; Laura Yip – Paul Hastings LLP; Kyle Barnett – Sidley Austin LLP; Mark Castiglia – Sidley Austin LLP; Elizabeth Chen – Sidley Austin LLP; Stacy Crosnicker – Sidley Austin LLP; Ken Daly – Sidley Austin LLP; Sven De Knop – Sidley Austin LLP; Jakob Dewispelaere – Sidley Austin LLP; Denise Kara – Sidley Austin LLP; Eric Kauffman – Sidley Austin LLP; Karen Kazmerzak – Sidley Austin LLP; Mehdi Khodadad – Sidley Austin LLP; Rachel D. Kleinberg – Sidley Austin LLP; Rebekah Maloney – Sidley Austin LLP; Peter McCorkell – Sidley Austin LLP; Alessandra Moroni – Sidley Austin LLP; Ash Nagdev – Sidley Austin LLP; Scott Parel – Sidley Austin LLP; Amanda Patterson – Sidley Austin LLP; Mark Prior – Sidley Austin LLP; Sarah Recktenwald – Sidley Austin LLP; Emily Wajert – Sidley Austin LLP; Jonathan Westreich – Sidley Austin LLP;

Law Firms: Paul Hastings LLP; Sidley Austin LLP;

Clients: Precisely; Symphony Technology Group;

Author: Ambrogio Visconti