Software company Jedox receives 20 million euros
Cologne — The venture capital company Iris Capital (photo: partners of Iris Capital (from left): Antoine Garrigues, Erkan Kilicaslan, Erik) invests in the software company Jedox. Iris Capital was advised by Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek on its investment in the enterprise performance management company Jedox AG. A consortium consisting of Iris Capital, eCAPITAL IV and Wecken & Cieinvested 20 million euros in the software company. Jedox is using the funding to drive international growth and accelerate product development.
Iris Capital is a European venture capital firm specializing in the digital economy. It invests in companies at various stages of growth, from startups to late-stage and growth players. Iris Capital has offices in Paris, Berlin, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Tokyo and Dubai. The IrisNext fund’s investments include ReBuy, Studitemps, Talend or Unu Motors.
Jedox was founded in 2002 in Freiburg, Germany. Today, the company employs more than 160 people at eight locations in Germany, France, the USA, Australia and Asia. Jedox’s integrated CPM platform is used by 2,300 companies in 140 countries for their real-time planning solutions on the web, mobile or in the cloud.
Dr. aus der Fünten regularly advises Iris Capital, most recently on the €21 million investment in Open-Xchange AG.
Advisor to Iris Capital: Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek
Dr. Jörg aus der Fünten (Corporate Law/M&A), Project Management, Cologne
Dr. Oliver Böttcher (Corporate Law), Cologne
Dr. Dirk Stolz (IP Law), Cologne
Dr. Lutz M. Keppeler (IP Law), Cologne
Dr. Sascha Schewiola (Labor Law), Cologne
Beatrice Stange, LL.M. (antitrust law), Düsseldorf