Citrix Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CTXS) acquired Sapho, a San Bruno, CA-based provider of a micro app platform.
The amount of the deal was reportedly $200m.
The acquisition will enable Citrix to enhance the guided work capabilities within Citrix® Workspace™, enabling people to work at speed.
Led by Fouad ElNaggar, co-founder and CEO, Sapho enables companies to automatically surface personalized and relevant tasks from existing systems and deliver them to any device, intranet or collaboration tool. Using pre-defined APIs that integrate with enterprise applications and more than 50 micro-apps for applications such as Salesforce, Workday, Concur, ServiceNow, Outlook, Google Drive and more, companies can guide employees through their most common work so that they can get things done and move on.
Citrix is a provider of workspace, networking, and analytics solutions for users within an organization to secure, manage, and monitor diverse technologies in complex cloud environments. Using Citrix Workspace, companies can:
– Give employees flexible access to all the apps and insights they need to work where and how they want and be productive in a single location.
– Leverage innovative technologies such as machine learning alongside simplified workflows to organize work and guide employees through their day, automatically serving up tasks they need to focus on and the intelligence needed to get them done quickly.
– Build employee skills in their given fields.
The company’s solutions are in use by more than 400,000 organizations.