Nutter Represents ALM Works, Inc. in its Acquisition by Tempo SoftwarePrint PDF
Nutter served as legal counsel to ALM Works, Inc. in connection with its acquisition by Tempo Software, a leading provider in team time management and productivity-enhancing solutions. The Nutter team included Shannon Zollo, Ellie Myers, and Josh Gray on corporate matters; Erin Whitney and Mike Mooney on tax matters; Tracy Vitols on employee benefits matters; David Rubin on labor and employment matters; and Pat Concanon on intellectual property matters.
ALM Works provides software products to empower project managers around the world with visibility and control. The company’s flagship product, Structure for Jira, together with its extensions, enables project and program managers to make better decisions, work more efficiently, and deliver predictable results. The combination of Tempo and ALM Works will provide organizations with the visibility required to move between strategy and daily execution, make informed decisions, and share progress with executives and stakeholders. Read more about the transaction.
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