Trowers & Hamlins advises on the sale of Sipcom to Content+Cloud


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has advised Daniel Allen, CEO of Sipcom, a digital transformation specialist on the sale of the company to the UK's leading Microsoft-focused cloud services and digital transformation provider, Content+Cloud.

UK-headquartered, but with a global reach, Sipcom are communication and collaboration specialists that have been industry leaders in delivering cloud-based services for over a decade. With a global customer roster that includes brands like Jim Bean, Ralph Lauren, Smith & Williamson as well as the UK Government, Sipcom has a track record of providing unrivalled expertise in the voice communications and collaborations space and was recognised for this on the 2020 Sunday Times Tech Track 100.
 
As part of the acquisition, Sipcom will now act as the unified communications and collaboration platform provider to Content+Cloud's customer base which will establish Content+Cloud as a global service provider to UK businesses with access to over 775 professionals.
 
Daniel Allen, CEO of Sipcom, commented:
 
"We would like to thank Tim and the team at Trowers for guiding me through the process and helping to deliver a great result for the company."
 
Trowers corporate partner Tim Nye commented:
 
"We are pleased to have successfully advised Daniel on the sale of Sipcom to Content+Cloud in a deal that is highly beneficial to both parties."
 
The Trowers corporate team was led by corporate partner Tim Nye who was assisted by Moad Giebaly, Victoria Dorman and Meera Solanki, employment partner Rebecca McGuirk and Vikki Cunliffe advised on employment while further advice was provided by Matthew Holbrook (Property), Rebecca McKay (Pensions) and Nathan Williams (Tax).
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