Interactive Data Buyout Drives IT Integration

However, while the $3.4 billion deal could see the vendor leverage resources of other companies part-owned by the private equity firms in future, Silver Lake and Warburg Pincus will not seek to combine Interactive Data with another company, officials say.

"Our intention is to run Interactive Data as a standalone business," says Sean Delehanty, director at Silver Lake. "We have no plans at this time to combine Interactive Data with any of our portfolio companies."

With the backing of its new

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