Kirkland & Ellis LLP advised Solera, while Ropes & Gray represented DealerSocket in the transaction.
Solera Holdings, Inc. executed the acquisition of DealerSocket, a leading SaaS provider to the automotive industry. This acquisition will extend Solera’s position as the preeminent global data intelligence and technology leader serving all constituents engaged in vehicle lifecycle management.
Solera is a global leader in risk and asset management data and software, empowering companies across the automotive and insurance ecosystem with trusted solutions to support connectivity across the vehicle value chain.
The Ropes & Gray team that represented DealerSocket was led by private equity partner Chau Le (Picture; San Francisco), tax partner Pamela Glazier (Boston), employment, executive compensation & benefits counsel Ellen Sueda (San Francisco) and private equity associate Patrick Dorime (New York).
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