ACK Overview

  • Year Founded
  • 1991

Year Founded

  • Status
  • Acquired/​Merged

  • Latest Deal Type
  • M&A

  • Financing Rounds
  • 1

ACK General Information


Developer of point of sale software packages. The company provides software to manage the collection of credit and debit card payments for use in the POS systems operated by high street retailers.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Financing Status
Corporate Backed or Acquired
Primary Industry
Vertical Market Software
Corporate Office
  • Delta House
  • 70 South View Avenue,Caversham, Berkshire
  • Reading RG4 5BB
  • England, United Kingdom

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ACK Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Valuation/
Post-Val Status Debt

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  • When was ACK founded?

    ACK was founded in 1991.

  • Who is the founder of ACK?

    Martin Herbert is the founder of ACK.

  • Where is ACK headquartered?

    ACK is headquartered in Reading, United Kingdom.

  • What industry is ACK in?

    ACK’s primary industry is Vertical Market Software.

  • Is ACK a private or public company?

    ACK is a Private company.

  • What is the current valuation of ACK?

    The current valuation of ACK is 00.00.

  • What is ACK’s current revenue?

    The current revenue for ACK is 00000.

  • When was ACK acquired?

    ACK was acquired on 13-Jun-2008.

  • Who acquired ACK?

    ACK was acquired by DataCash Group.

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