Stockholm, Sweden and Birmingham, U.K. - 11th March 2022
Nordomatic AB, the leading Smart Buildings system integrator in Scandinavia, has acquired the Digital Workplace software company Spica Technologies Limited in the UK.
Headquartered in Birmingham, U.K., Spica was founded in 2014 by an experienced and entrepreneurial team comprised of Tim Streather, Paul Collins and Ben Williams. Spica has gone on to become a global technology provider. The company’s cloud-based technology has been deployed across more than 25 million sq ft of office space in 20 countries throughout Europe, North America and Asia Pacific. Its client base spans large multinational corporates, real estate asset management firms, landlords, facilities management companies and government departments.
Spica’s flexible solutions empower clients to optimise operations, elevate workplace experience, and respond to the changing needs of workplace users, whilst driving down operational costs. The award winning GemEx Engine® and Luna Workplace Experience App have proven to be invaluable tools in monitoring and managing the modern workplace. They enable offices to act as desirable destinations, attracting and retaining talent, improving productivity, and pioneering excellence in health and wellbeing, especially since the Covid-19 pandemic.
About Nordomatic Group
Normdomatic is a leading independent supplier of Smart Building solutions focusing on energy efficiency, with a presence in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. The solutions integrate and handle buildings' heating and cooling, lighting, access control and security as well as fire protection. Nordomatic also sells a market-leading intelligent system, Ecopilot®, which enables the reduction of buildings' energy costs by up to 40%, thus helping users to meet the EU's climate and energy goals.
Lerner Associates acted as the exclusive sell-side M&A advisor to Spica Technologies.