Agile Software Corporation
|Industry||Software and programming|
|Founded||California, USA (1995)|
|Headquarters||San Jose, California, USA|
|Key people||Jay B. Fulcher, CEO
Bryan D. Stolle, Founder/Chairman
|Revenue||$132.07 million USD (2006)|
|Operating income||$-8.34 million USD (2006)|
|Net income||$-5.78 million USD (2006)|
|Website||Oracle Agile PLM|
|This article relies on references to primary sources. (November 2011)|
In February, 2005, Agile Software Corporation acquired Cimmetry Systems Corporation, a privately owned software developer specializing in enterprise visualization, for approximately US$41.5 million in cash. Cimmetry Systems Corporation became a wholly owned subsidiary of Agile Software Corporation.
Agile Software Corporation operated as a public company, with shares trading on NASDAQ. On 15 May 2007, Oracle Corporation announced that it would acquire Agile Software Corporation through a cash merger for US$8.10 per share, or approximately US$495 million. On July 16, 2007, Oracle Corporation completed the acquisition of Agile, which became a wholly owned subsidiary.
- Agile.com FAQ[dead link]
- "Oracle Buys Product Lifecycle Management Leader Agile" (Press release). Oracle Corporation. Retrieved January 31, 2012.
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