Guest-tek Acquisition of iBahn Takes Hotel Technology to a Higher Level
Guest-tek has finalized its acquisition of iBAHN’s business assets. This significantly increases both the size of Guest-tek’s company operations and the global reach of its international customers. It also means customers of hospitality technology can now benefit from the combined advantages of both companies.
“Global customers of each company will be wondering what this means for them,” says Arnon Levy, CEO of Guest-tek. “With a standardized global offering for all Guest-tek and iBAHN customers they can now expect an even higher level of the technologies and services they rely on.”
For nearly two decades both industry leaders have competed as providers of network technology and interactive solutions for the global hospitality industry. With this acquisition Guest-tek welcomes all iBAHN customers to its growing network which now amounts to more than 3500 hotels in 85 countries.
Guest-tek was represented by a multidisciplinary team from White and Williams including Ryan Udell, Maulin Vidwans, Tom Pinney, John Eagan, Tony Lu, Jen Santangelo, Sam Albright, Ian Doherty, and Ari Indik. The deal involved a multitude of legal issues, including M&A, finance, bankruptcy and intellectual property, and coordination of counsel on four continents.