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Sydney fintech sells for $339mBY DARREN SNYDER | THURSDAY, 13 DEC 2018 12:42PM
Financial services software giant Temenos is buying customer acquisition and onboarding technology company Avoka for $339 million. Avoka's success story begins in Australia.
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