WeWork, the startup up behind coworking spaces geared toward millennials, is aiming to show the world it really is a technology concern and not simply a new age real estate company via an acquisition of Teem, the maker of office management software.
Wired, citing two sources close to the deal, reported WeWork is paying $100 million for Salt Lake City, Utah based Teem, which it will add to its consulting unit as it expands beyond securing low-cost leases and releasing them on a subscription basis to individuals and companies looking for workspace...
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