Synch has assisted SecMaker and its owners in connection with the merger with Pointsharp. The merger creates a leading software provider in identity and access management.
Pointsharp, with the support of Main Capital, is on a growth journey to become a leading European supplier in identity and access management. The acquisition of SecMaker is the first step for Pointsharp in their buy-and-build strategy.
SecMaker delivers certificate-based IT security solutions in the Nordic market with a strong position in healthcare and the public sector. SecMaker protects digital identities for 1.8 million users in the Nordic region and supports customers from offices in Stockholm and Helsinki with its comprehensive, Swedish-developed software Net iD. With the cloud service Live iD European customers allows to have better control over users and digital identities without expensive investments.
The combined group will form a leading software vendor serving more than 1,200 organizations. This already includes joint customers such as the Swedish Migration Agency and the Swedish Social Insurance Agency. Together with Pointsharp and other planned acquisitions, the goal is to create a one-stop shop for identity and access management.
“We have worked with Synch since the start and feel confident with their professional handling and understanding of us, the technology and the market we operate in. They have been a significant asset to us in connection with this merger. ” comments Niklas Anderson, Manging Director of SecMaker.
Synch is a law firm with an experienced and internationally recognized legal team, focusing on digital business and technology. Synch offers the market a unique flexibility through their ”blended delivery model”, where the firm’s innovative managed services and digital services, are complemented by traditional advisory and project- and transaction related services.
Synch’s team consisted of Andreas Börjesson, Oscar Widén Einarsson and Jim Runsten