Synthesio acquired by Ipsos
AI that amplifies human intelligence.
San Francisco, November 5 2018 - Founded in 2006 and headquartered in New York, Synthesio provides a social intelligence and listening SaaS platform that analyzes and engages with consumer conversations across the web and social media.

Synthesio serves over 400 customers across all verticals, allowing them to turn social data into actionable customer experience and social strategy.

Loic Moisand, Co-founder and CEO of Synthesio, said: “The strategic alignment between Synthesio and Ipsos is exciting. GP Bullhound was a reliable partner, with excellent industry knowledge in our space throughout the entire process and remained dedicated to delivering an outstanding result.”

Jonathan Cantwell, Director at GP Bullhound, commented: “We are thrilled to have advised Synthesio in this highly strategic transaction with Ipsos. The team, led by Loic, has consistently grown the business and it is expected to accelerate its growth with Ipsos.”

This marks GP Bullhound’s 9th software transaction in 2018 and highlights the firm’s track record of working with leading SaaS companies. Selected previous transactions include Rant & Rave (sold to Upland Software), Extenda (sold to STG Partners), eBECS (sold to DXC Technology), TextRecruit (sold to iCIMS), and many others.

For inquiries please contact: Jonathan Cantwell, Director, at [email protected] or Guillaume Bonneton, Partner, at [email protected]

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