Computer Business Review
November 12, 2018
Business management software developer Apptio is leaving public markets after agreeing to acquisition by Vista Equity Partners in a $1.94 billion deal.
CrunchBase
November 12, 2018
First, Apptio, a Seattle-based SaaS company that sells business management software for cloud companies, was swept up this weekend in a $1.95 billion deal with Vista Equity Partners.
TechCrunch
November 12, 2018
It seems that Sunday has become a popular day to announce large deals involving enterprise companies. IBM announced the $34 billion Red Hat deal two weeks ago. SAP announced its intent to buy Qualtrics for $8 billion last night, and Vista Equity Partners got into the act too, announcing a deal to buy Apptio for $1.94 billion, representing a 53 percent premium for stockholders.
Xconomy
November 12, 2018
Apptio is being taken private by investment firm Vista Equity Partners in a $1.94 billion acquisition. 
ChannelE2e
November 12, 2018
Vista Equity Partners is acquiring Apptio for $1.94 billion, the private equity firm and cloud-based IT management software provider have confirmed.

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