Dentons has advised Minit and its shareholders on its sale to Microsoft. Reed Smith advised the buyer.
Minit is a Slovakia-based company, specializing in process mining technology. The company offers services for enterprises from banking, insurance, logistics, and other sectors to optimize their processes and achieve their business objectives.
"With Minit as part of the Microsoft family, we believe this strengthens the value Microsoft provides to its customers in the field of digital transformation," Minit CEO James Dening commented. "This acquisition will further empower Microsoft to help customers digitally transform and drive operational excellence by creating a complete picture of their business processes, enabling every process to be easily and automatically analyzed and improved."
The Dentons team was led by Budapest-based Partner Rob Irving and Associate Kamran Pirani and included Associates Sebastian Ishiguro and Tamas Enzsol, Bratislava-based Partners Juraj Gyarfas and Stanislav Durica, Amsterdam-based Counsel Bram Bloemers and Associate Nick de Rooij, London-based Partner Alex Thomas, Counsels Alastair MacLeod and Sonal Khimji, and Associate Ivan Jelocnik, and Milton Keynes-based Partner Christopher Colclough.
Editor's note: After this article was published, Majernik & Mihalikova announced that it had also advised Minit. The firm's team included Partners Katarina Mihalikova and Ivan Kormanik and Attorney-at-Law Michaela Lipkova.