Germany's Kobil buys 50% in Turkey’s WesterOps cloud software firm

By bne IntelIiNews November 16, 2021

Germany-based Kobil GmbH, a data security technologies developer launched in 1986, has acquired a 50% stake in Turkey’s WesterOps, Ismet Koyun, founder of Kobil, said on November 11.

WesterOps, launched in 2015, develops cloud software.

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