Trending: The "One" & only "Place" to be "Global" tech giant Intapp’s latest acquisition
Intapp today announced it has acquired OnePlace, a leading provider of cloud-based solutions for marketing and business development teams. Intapp and OnePlace are joining forces to address the growing need for a unified front office solution spanning the client life-cycle that helps firms cultivate key relationships, drive growth, and better compete in their modern marketplace.
OnePlace, founded in 2012, was an early pioneer in cloud-based marketing solutions, helping more than 60 professional services customers replace their legacy CRM. The combination brings together OnePlace’s deep domain knowledge and team of experts in marketing and business development technology, with Intapp’s market-leading Industry Cloud for Professional Services.
With this acquisition, Intapp says that the market will now have an integrated client life-cycle solution for the front office that enables seamless collaboration across the firm and its partners and business services teams; from strategy to origination and execution.
“Coupled with our other recent acquisitions of DealCloud and gwabbit, adding OnePlace to our portfolio further demonstrates Intapp’s commitment to assembling the industry’s best team to deliver on the full vision of a modern, unified front office solution for our customers,” said Dan Tacone, Intapp’s president. “Together, we will help our customers execute marketing and business development growth strategies more efficiently and effectively.”
“My team and I are excited to join with Intapp to make the industry’s leading client life-cycle experience even more complete and powerful,” said Tim Smith, OnePlace’s CEO. “At its core, this acquisition will deliver a single, reliable source of truth for client and prospect knowledge to our combined customer roster. Like Intapp, we believe in the ‘everything in one place’ ethos. Our combined team has the unique capability to execute this vision.”
The full story will follow shortly after my 11.30am interview with John Hall, CEO of Intapp.