- inherent has three operational brands: adista, unyc and Cyberprotect
- Franck Marty, president, and founder of Equadex, becomes director of the new Occitania region of adista
- Equadex is headquartered in Toulouse and offers IT support to over 500 SMEs
Keensight Capital portfolio firm the inherent Group has acquired Equadex, a SME data server and cloud services firm.
Equadex, headquartered in Toulouse, offers IT support at all levels to over 500 small and medium-sized businesses.
Franck Marty, president, and founder of Equadex, will become director of the new Occitania region of adista.
“The Equadex team will join the group’s direct sales activity under the adista brand,” said Franck Marty, president, and founder of Equadex. “Our employees will benefit from new synergies, and our customers will gain an expanded service offering.”
Keensight Capital, based in Paris, is a European growth buyout firm that focuses on companies with revenues in the range of €10 million to €400 million.
“Keensight Capital is delighted to have supported inherent with this new acquisition, which is in line with its continued growth ambitions: to support its clients with their IT challenges through its three operational activities,” said Stanislas de Tinguy, partner at Keensight Capital. He added that “this acquisition will allow the inherent Group to consolidate its activity as a cloud services operator and to strengthen its regional coverage”.
inherent has three operational brands- adista (the former name of inherent), unyc and Cyberprotect. It has 1,000 employees in France and saw a turnover of €230 million in 2022.