The software services company reported revenues of $2.8bn last year
Fidelity National Information Services (FIS), the US banking
and payment technology provider, has agreed to buy financial
services software company SunGard in a deal worth $9.1bn.
The Jacksonville, Florida based FIS on Monday said it plans to
purchase 100% of SunGard’s equity by issuing a
combination of cash and stock valuing SunGard at $9.1bn
including the assumption of debt.
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