Moalem Weitemeyer represented Dixa
as lead legal counsel in connection with the double acquisitions of Miuros
(FR) and Solvemate
(DE), two leading CX intelligence and automation pioneers, at a combined valuation of $43m.
Dixa provides conversational customer engagement software that connects brands with customers through real-time communication. To date, Dixa has raised $155m in funding with backing from General Atlantic, Notion Capital, Project A Ventures, and SEED Capital amongst others.
Miuros, based in France, provides a customer service performance platform powered by a new generation of AI-analytics, automation and quality assurance solutions, that drives businesses to streamline their operations and turn customer service data into actionable insights that create added value for customers and service representatives.
Solvemate, based in Germany, provides a customer service automation platform powered by smart conversational AI that allows companies to create highly personalized chatbot conversations at scale, guiding customers to find answers when they need them, so service teams can focus their expertise where it matters most.
Moalem Weitemeyer represented Dixa alongside McDermott Will & Emery
and August Debouzy.