DEX international M&A advised Software Improvement Group on the sale to Auxilium Capital

Software Improvement Group (SIG) announces that Auxilium

Capital has acquired the company together with entrepreneurial investors Robert

Pijselman and Luc Brandts, and management of SIG. Supported by the experienced team of

investors, SIG will be able to expand globally and continue to capture growth opportunities

by helping its clients fundamentally improve the architecture, security and performance of

the software enterprise applications that support every aspect of their businesses.

Auxilium has acquired the company from its founders Mr. Wildvank, Mr. Kuipers and Mr.

Klint.

 

About SIG

SIG, founded in 2000 as a spin-off from CWI (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica; “the Netherlands’

national research institute for mathematics and computer science”) is a growing consultancy

company specialized in tool-based advice on software quality. Drawing on proprietary methods and

extensive expertise, SIG helps organizations fundamentally improve the security and performance of

the enterprise applications that support every aspect of their businesses. SIG operates a unique

software evaluation laboratory governed by the Quality Management System as required by

the ISO/IEC 17025 international standard for testing and calibration laboratories. SIG is the only

organization accredited by TÜViT for evaluating software products for the Trusted Product

Maintainability certification. Headquartered in Amsterdam with regional offices in the Nordics,

Belgium, and Germany, SIG employs a world-class expert team of more than 100 people, with

exceptional scientific credentials. Please see www.sig.eu for more information.

 

About Auxilium

Auxilium Capital, founded in 2016, is a growth-focused investor. It invests in Dutch companies with

a proven track-record and an operating result of at least EUR 1m. Auxilium Capital takes majority

stakes in companies that have a proven business model, solid performance and clear growth

potential. Auxilium has no closed fund structure, enabling it to invest in the long term. Please see

www.auxilium.capital for more information.