back to article SAP gobbles customer identity management startup Gigya for $350m

German enterprise giant SAP has bought customer identity management firm Gigya for a reported $350m. Gigya, which is headquartered in Mountain View but started life in Israel, offers companies a platform to manage their customers' details. The platform, which has about 1.3 billion customer identities, collects usage data, but …

  1. Fatman Silver badge

    RE: Gigya's employees

    <quote>The firm has 300 employees, who are expected to move over to SAP as part of the deal </quote>

    Don't count on it......

    Just saying.

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