San Francisco, CA. Nixon Peabody LLP is proud to have advised Resilinc Corp., a leading supply chain risk software provider, in a strategic growth investment by Vista Equity Partners LLC, an investment firm that focuses exclusively on enterprise software, data, and technology-enabled businesses.
Resilinc is a supply chain mapping, disruption sensing, and resiliency analytics company used by hundreds of multinational organizations across the high-tech, life sciences, defense, aerospace, automotive, and healthcare industries. This investment will allow the company to bolster product innovation, talent, and go-to-market functions to meet the growing demand for more resilient, sustainable, secure, and transparent supply chains.
“We are thrilled for the Resilinc team and are honored to have played a role in this investment,” said Gregory O’Hara, a partner in the Nixon Peabody’s Cybersecurity & Privacy practice and lead attorney for Resilinc. “Amid recent supply chain imbalances due to extreme weather, public health emergencies, and geopolitical volatility, Resilinc has proven itself to be the gold standard for mapping, monitoring, risk aversion, and resiliency. This investment will allow the company to expand its capabilities and footprint in Silicon Valley and create a positive impact for companies across various industries.”
“Greg O’Hara and his team at Nixon Peabody have been a decade-long, valued partners for Resilinc and have worked with us as trusted legal advisors through our Series A and B fundraising rounds, as well as this most recent strategic growth financing with Vista,” said Resilinc CEO Bindiya Vakil. “We particularly value their long-term approach to the relationship and have always found them to be patient and understanding partners throughout our journey.”
In addition to O’Hara, the Nixon Peabody team involved in this transaction includes partners Alexandra Lopez-Casero, Shahzad Malik, David Martland, Thomas McCord, Seth Neulight, and Rachel Pugliese; counsels David Crosby, Jenny Holmes, Jason Kunze, and Wayne Tang; and associates Corey Habib, Brian Kenney, James Mangan, and Jacalyn Smith.