Capita Workplace Technology sold in MBO

Tom Wright
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Founder Paul Gillett buys back the firm he sold in 2011

Capita Workplace Technology has been bought back by its founder through a management buyout. Paul Gillett - who stayed on after selling Right Document Solutions to Capita back in 2011 - is now b...

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