B2Bnn learned Gartner, a global tech research and analysis company, has announced its purchase of software advisory company Capterra, for an undisclosed amount.
The press release states: “The acquisition of Capterra is consistent with Gartner’s growth strategy to invest in developing world-class products and services that help clients make the right technology-related decisions, every day.”
Capterra, founded in 1999 and based in Arlington, VA., connects buyers and sellers of business software. The video below sums up Capterra’s business model:
Gartner, an IT and research advisory company, is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, and boasts 7,100 employees and clients in 90 countries.
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