• Sale of Sense One Technologies to Inaccess

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Acuity advised monitoring and control company Sense One Technologies on their strategic exit to Inaccess.

Following the transaction, Inaccess is now monitoring more than 1,200 solar plants with a total capacity exceeding 1.5 GW in US, Europe and Asia.

About Inaccess

Inaccess provides monitoring and control solutions for the renewable energy and telecom infrastructure management.
We design and develop state-of-the-art products and solutions, which provide our partners with invaluable access to
information, enabling them to maximize effectiveness of their investments through performance optimization and OPEX reduction. With headquarters in London, UK and presence in Europe, North America and Asia, Inaccess aims at becoming the leading global vendor of converged infrastructure monitoring platforms, by constantly being at the forefront of industry
evolution.
About Sense One Technologies

Sense One Technologies is an innovative company providing Monitoring & Control Software-as-a-Service solutions. Sense One is committed to promoting the adoption of the Internet of Energy and shifting the Monitoring & Control lens from Big Data to
Business Insights by creating Global Monitoring & Control Software-as-a-Service solutions which can be adapted to the needs of
the local customers and communities served. In the field of PV Monitoring & Control Solutions, Sense One Technologies has a
very successful track record with a monitored fleet of over 400 MW across 600+ sites in Europe.

“We are delighted to have played a part in this transaction which furthers Acuity’s prominent reputation in the Cleantech sector. The strategic partnership between Sense One Technologies and Inaccess is a perfect union, affording both companies the leading edge to serve the global Internet of Energy market. We wish them every success with their continued growth.”

MATTHEW BYATT | Partner
Acuity Advisors

Team Members

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Matthew is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Acuity and leads the Acuity Advisors’ Deeptech practice.

Matthew has held senior leadership and corporate finance positions with some of the UK’s most successful and influential technology and consultancy companies. Roles with ARM, McKinsey and Cadence have given Matthew an exceptional insight into the world’s most successful businesses and a number of the UK’s eminent start-ups, underpinning his success at Acuity.

Matthew has considerable experience across a broad range of technology sectors throughout the UK, US and Asia, ranging from nanotechnology, semiconductor and cleantech to digital media and internet businesses. It’s experience that has given him a robust, well-developed and international network. Having also run and successfully exited his own business, Matthew has a deep understanding of the financial and emotional aspects of this demanding process, bringing a unique and authoritative perspective to each business sale.

One of Matthew’s strengths is understanding complex technical value propositions, one of the benefits of training as an electronic engineer. He gets to the heart of what drives a company’s value and communicates this persuasively to potential buyers and investors. Matthew understands a buyer’s motivation intuitively and delivers a compelling rationale for why a business sale should be of strategic interest. His insight consistently yields higher deal values and results in great successes for his clients.

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