Colorado – December 23, 2014 – Cooley is advising Datalogix on its sale to Oracle. Datalogix, based in Westminster, Colorado, is the industry-recognized leader at connecting offline consumer spending to digital marketing that helps marketers increase the effectiveness and measurability of their advertising. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
The Cooley M&A team advising Datalogix is led by partners Al Browne, Matt Dubofsky and Pat Mitchell, as well as associates Chris Kiyan, Matt Ruderman, Mark Wiranowki, Carlyn Williams and Colleen Burns.
Critical support for the transaction is being provided by special counsel Eric Tobias (technology transactions); partner Mike Faber and associate Todd Gluth (tax); partner Francis Fryscak (antitrust); and partners Renee Deming and Thomas Welk and associate Megan Arthur (compensation and benefits).
Read Oracle's press release here.
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