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June 27, 2023

Holland & Hart Represents HRSoft in Acquisition of CompTrak

Holland & Hart represented HRSoft in the acquisition of CompTrak, a compensation management solution provider based in Toronto, Canada. HRSoft is the global leader in compensation lifecycle management software, offering a portfolio of compensation-focused solutions that help organizations streamline their compensation processes and improve employee engagement, and is based in Maitland, Florida.

The acquisition will add CompTrak’s strong expertise in blue-chip global financial services firms and Fortune 500 companies to HRSoft’s best of breed product suite. This strategic acquisition furthers HRSoft's strategic priorities to deliver innovation to a massive greenfield opportunity in the human resources and payroll function, solidifying the company's commitment to providing leading compensation lifecycle management capabilities to all its customers.

Holland & Hart’s transactional team was led by corporate partners James Crowe and Hallee Moore, corporate of counsel Paige Coriden and associate Matthew Montoya, with additional corporate and subject matter support from Peter Perla, Trent Timmons, Lindsay Silber, and Aisha May.

For more information, please see HRSoft’s press release.

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