Goodwin, Kirkland Guide Zebra's $575M Deal For Reflexis

Law360 (July 28, 2020, 11:02 AM EDT) -- Zebra Technologies Corp. on Tuesday agreed to pay $575 million for private equity-backed Reflexis Systems Inc., which provides workforce management software to companies in the retail, food service, hospitality and banking industries, in a deal steered by Goodwin Procter and Kirkland & Ellis.

The agreement stands to bolster Zebra Technologies' portfolio of enterprise technologies, according to a statement. The sellers are Great Hill Partners and Sageview Capital. 

The company's products, including the Reflexis ONE intelligent work platform, use artificial intelligence to help customers handle everything from real-time task management and scheduling, while also providing data and analytics. Founded in 2001 and...

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