– Silae acquires RHSuite. The payroll management specialist buys the HR Lyonnais editor, RH Suite. Created in 2015, it is mainly specialized in the challenges of the hotel industry, catering, tourism, the clothing industry and retail. It now has more than 2,000 customer references in France. The amount of the transaction was not disclosed. Silae is therefore continuing its external growth strategy. Last September, the group acquired 3 companies: DSN+ (from the CLiCK’N DECiDE group), isiRH (including MegRH) and Jenji for around 70 million euros.
– IPO delayed for ARM. The British chip designer ARM believes that the market conditions are not right to launch its IPO. This transaction was originally scheduled for the end of the fiscal year, i.e. no later than March 31, 2023. The company informed investors that the process was still ongoing but would be delayed later in the year. year 2023. The choice of an IPO had been taken by Softbank, owner of ARM, after the failure of the takeover by Nvidia. Recently, Softbank CEO and Chairman Masayoshi Son announced his intention to actively focus on ARM’s growth, reigniting speculation around another option for ARM other than the IPO.
– Microsoft introduces sign language in Teams. At the end of last week, the firm announced “the view in sign language”. This meeting experience in Teams is for people who are deaf/hard of hearing, interpreters, and others who use sign language to be better included in meetings. This sign language view helps prioritize up to two additional video streams from other participants so they remain visible and in a consistent location throughout the meeting. When the sign language display is activated, priority video streams automatically appear in the correct aspect ratio and with the best quality available, specifies Microsoft. Like pinning and captioning, the sign language view is personal and won’t affect what others see during the meeting. An Accessibility pane is also available in the Settings menu to better guide the user and apply their preferences.