It can be quite common for a company to change ownership hands but to see it happen four times in less than ten years is unusual. Such is the case with Dynatrace and now its owners are going to be public investors. Dynatrace was founded in 2005 in Austria and soon after was brought to the U.S. through an investment made by Bain Capital Ventures in 2006. In 2011, Bain thought best to sell Dynatrace to Compuware for $256 million. From there the story gets even more convoluted...
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