Volaris Group has announced its acquisition of ClickDimensions, a provider of technology to unify sales and marketing efforts for small to medium businesses, from Accel-KKR, a private equity firm focused on software and tech-enabled businesses.
Volaris is committed to building durable, world-class companies and has the infrastructure to help ClickDimensions continue to support its customers, partners, and employees. With access to Volaris best-practices and operational expertise, ClickDimensions will be well-positioned to seize future opportunities while maintaining its brand, leadership, culture, and approach to customer and partner relationships.
“We view this acquisition as a great opportunity for both Volaris and ClickDimensions to provide innovative solutions for the ever-evolving MarTech and sales enablement industries,” said Jay Hoffman, Group Leader at Volaris. “I’m eager to work alongside ClickDimensions’ leadership team to propel their strategy forward and continue to serve their global footprint of customers and partners. We’re pleased to welcome ClickDimensions to the Volaris Group.”
ClickDimensions helps solve a major challenge in the industry. Historically, small to medium businesses have not had the capability large enterprises have to unify the customer experience and minimize broken handoffs and recycled leads.
“With the strength and global scale of Volaris behind us, we envision a bright future for ClickDimensions and the customers and partners we serve,” stated Mike Dickerson, CEO at ClickDimensions. “We look forward to continuing development of our product suite and further solidifying our long-term commitment to the Microsoft ecosystem, innovation and SMB market.”
ClickDimensions will operate independently and continue to serve its network of more than 3,000 organizations across the globe, equipping them with the tools to unify sales and marketing functions while driving lead generation and revenue.
Cuatrecasas advised Volaris with a Cuatrecasas Spain team made up of Corporate partner Mariano Ucar and Labour partner Valentín García, together with lawyers Amador Rodríguez and Alejandro Tébar. Cuatrecasas Portugal advised with a Labour team formed bypartner Rui Vaz Pereira and counsel Sandra Lima Da Silveira. Cuatrecasas worked along with Alston & Bird.