The Danish company – and SCALEit alumni – Tweakker ApS was recently acquired by the multinational telecommunications testing company Spirent Communications. Since 2009, Tweakker has been making it easy to connect phones to the internet by providing the platform that lets mobile providers and device manufacturers seamlessly connect their customers’ devices to Internet, MMS and E-mail services.
On September 15, Dennis Juul Poulsen, founder and CEO of Tweakker, announced that the company had been acquired by Spirent Communications, in a $20 million (approximately 115 million DKK) deal that also includes parent company Mobilethink A/S.
Masssive market reach should accelerate Tweakker
Tweakker has experienced tremendous growth in customers and revenue through the last couple of years. Partnering up with Spirent Communications will possibly help them grow even further, as Tweakker stated in this company update:
“By joining Spirent, we will be teaming up with a leading communications technology company providing mobile device performance and customer experience solutions. Considering the mutuality of Tweakker’s and Spirent’s value propositions combined with the magnitude of the Spirent corporation, we believe we have found the perfect partner to help us fast-forward to the next level.”
Sunne Sonne Andersen who was Innovation Center Denmark’s intern back in 2010, is working as Chief Product Officer at Tweakker.
“In Tweakker, we have built a versatile team that simply understands how to do business in the extremely competitive mobility space. The sheer speed of execution and heartfelt innovation is unique to our incredible team and we cannot wait to get started on the new journey with Spirent”
Read Spirent Communcations press release on the acquisition here.
Best of luck to Tweakker and congratulations on the big merger!