Telisma has been snapped up by OnMobile, an Indian company that provides value added services for mobile telephones. Based on the information in our possession, this voice recognition software company is valued at €10 million. On a diluted basis, 85% of the capital was owned by Ventech (22.6%), Innovacom (20.1%), AGF PE (16.6%), UFG PE (16.1%) and 3i (10.4%). The remainder was held by France Telecom and some twenty or so individuals, including three managers. The Paris-based start up originated as a spin-off from France Telecom in 2000. Five financing rounds totalling around € 25 million (see numbers 637, 731 and 784) had already been staged. With a staff of 38, it generated sales of around € 3 million in 2007. It has not yet broken even in a highly competitive market. For its part, its Indian acquirer, listed on the Mumbai stock exchange, posted net profit of INR 343 million (€ 5.12 million) on revenues of INR 1.37 billion (€ 20.27 million) last year. Telisma is OnMobile’s second French acquisition following the takeover on 11 September 2007 of Voxmobili, a mobile phone data management software company valued at € 30 million. More than 51% of the capital of Voxmobili had been owned by Iris Capital, XAnge PE, Alven Capital, Sgam AI PE and Innovacom. These last had contributed € 8 million in three financing rounds. In 2007, Voxmobili employed 55 people and posted EBITDA of € 2 million on sales of around € 6 million.