Affective today, Roxit and Green Valley decided to join forces. Main Capital facilitates the bundling. By combining their activities, the new group can offer its customers even better in the future. Thereby Roxit and Green Valley largely remain independent, each with its own focus on individual products. Professional business system remains crucial
Rob van Tiel, Director of Business Development at Roxit, thinks it is a logical step to join forces: “For Roxit, as a supplier of software for licensing and enforcement, a business system is a crucial matter. The combination of a business system and a customer service system (front office) is currently a “must have”. Until now, Roxit was lacking this and Green Valley showed to be a renowned player in terms of front-office software. Both our customers and ourselves can benefit from the combination.
For Green Valley, Roxit is an attractive player, according to director Rens Boogerd. He says: “The portfolio of both companies complement each other very well. Roxit and Green Valley are a very strong duo, of which all our customers will experience the benefits.”.
Focus on customer service
The management team of both companies is convinced that a partnership will offer benefits, but that the daily focus must remain on customer service. Rob Steneker, CEO of Roxit: “Roxit and Green Valley will act as a combination in the market, but remain independent. Where needed, both companies will cooperate together and customers can be offered a combined portfolio. We can strengthen each other by looking how we can further improve our efficiency and the quality of our products and services. But in doing so we want both companies to keep their own focus. Continue what they’re doing well and serve customers optimally. “
Main Capital has bought Roxit Group in July of this year. The management of Roxit acquired a minority stake. “Main Capital is investing additional capital in Roxit Group in order to finance this acquisition. This is a first step in the proposed (acquisition) strategy of Roxit Group, ” Charly Zwemstra, Managing Partner of Main Capital said.
Roxit produces and delivers software and services for information management in the area of building and housing, environment, soil, water and land use planning for government clients. With a broad portfolio of products and services within the inspection and environment domain. Clients are from the public sector and consist of environment services, provinces, municipalities, environmental and water authorities. Roxit works with about 100 professionals from offices in Arnhem, Zoetermeer and Zwolle. Main Capital has bought Roxit group in early July this year. It’s management has acquired a minority interest. www.roxit.nl
About Green Valley
Green Valley develops software for knowledge management, using intranet or extranet. They deliver these ICT solutions to governments, organizations such as housing associations and companies. With its own development and implementation of products for the front office (website / CMS, electronic counter and customer contact system) and the mid-office (Case system and DMS / RMA). It employs approximately 65 people from the office in Delft. www.greenvalley.nl
About Main Capital
Main Capital is a private equity investor with an exclusive focus on the software sector in the Benelux and Germany. Within this sector, we are the most specialized company in management buyouts and later-stage growth capital. Main recently established its fourth fund of EUR 85 million, which leads to approximately EUR 150 million under management. An experienced team of professionals manages the Private Equity Funds. In the current portfolio of Main Capital are rapidly growing (SaaS) software companies like Ymor, Roxit, OnGuard, Sharewire, SecondFloor, EuroSystems, Sofon Connexys, Regas, ChainPoint, RVC and TPSC. Recently, Main Capital sold its majority stake in VisionWaves to the Swedish listed IFS AB. Earlier this year Zetacom was sold to Gilde Healthcare. In addition, Main realized a successful exit of cloud storage company IASO to the US cloud provider GFI Software in 2013. In 2012 Main Capital sold Tedopres to the listed Finnish player Etteplan and Actuera was sold to Waterland Private Equity. www.main.nl
NOTE to the EDITOR
This press release is coming from Roxit, Green Valley and Main Capital Partners.