Brandl Talos has advised the shareholders on their sale of Ready2Order to Zucchetti. Schoenherr advised Ready2Order early investor Franz Hoerhager, while Schindler Attorneys advised Co-Founder Christoph Zhu on the transaction. Fellner Wratzfeld & Partner advised the Zucchetti Group.
Ready2Order is an Austrian company offering cloud-based point-of-sale systems. According to Brandl Talos, since 2015, it "has specialized in the development of modular point-of-sale and payment applications for small businesses and counts over 10,000 companies in Germany and Austria as their clients. Over the years, the Viennese fintech has already caught the attention of investors with its innovative solutions and, inter alia, secured venture capital from Speedinvest, Reimann Investors, and Franz Hoerhager. The company now employs almost 100 people at its headquarters in Vienna and across Europe."
Zucchetti is an Italian company that offers software, hardware, and services for companies, banks, insurance providers, professionals, and trade associations. With more than 8,000 people, a distribution network exceeding 2,000 partners worldwide and more than 700,000 customers, the Zucchetti Group describes itself as "one of the most important Italian companies in the IT sector."
"By the 100% acquisition of Ready2Order, the Zucchetti Group extends its portfolio with an innovative, cloud-based point-of-sale and payment system tailored for entrepreneurs in the SME sector. Ready2Order will remain an independent company with two co-founders, Markus Bernhart and Christopher Fuchs, continuing to lead the business and sustainably expand the company location in Austria," Brandl Talos announced.
The Brandl Talos team was led by Partner Roman Rericha and Attorney at Law Markus Arzt.
The Schoenherr team included Partners Thomas Kulnigg and Marco Thorbauer, Attorneys at Law Niklas Kerschbaumer and Tobias Hayden, and Associate Benedikt Schachner-Groehs.
The Schindler Attorneys team included Partner Florian Cvak, Senior Associates Daniel Kropf and Martin Lanner, and Associate Victoria Huf.
The FWP team included Partner Paul Luiki and Associate Erin Burton.