Genesys receives $900M equity investment from Hellman & Friedman

Call center software company Genesys has received a $900 million investment from private equity firm Hellman & Friedman. The funding values the company at approximately $3.8 billion, said Genesys in a statement.

Genesys’ original investors Permira and Technology Crossover Ventures, who acquired the company from Alcatel-Lucent for $1.5 billion in 2011, will continue to own a majority stake in Genesys.

Qatalyst Partners acted as financial advisor to Genesys.

[Image courtesy: Genesys]

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