Adelis Equity

Adelis Equity Partners becomes the new majority owner in the fast-growing IT services company Aderian to support continued organic growth and acquisitions. Operating a decentralized model, Aderian consists of a group of locally strong IT specialists who deliver tailored and customer-oriented IT services to SME customers. Following the transaction with Adelis, Aderian is expected to generate revenues of c. SEK 1 billion with the ambition to triple revenues within five years while retaining strong profitability.

Adelis has significant experience from investing in the attractive and fast-growing IT services space, where service delivery is becoming increasingly complex and critical, driven by e.g. migration to cloud and need for IT security. Simultaneously, there is a growing demand – especially in the SME segment – for tailored and customer-centric solutions.

With a strong track record of investing in partnerships with leading entrepreneurs, Adelis becomes new majority owner in the IT services company Aderian, with the ambition to further develop its successful decentralized business model whilst accelerating growth. All entrepreneurs, management and key employees will remain significant shareholders following the transaction.

“We are very excited to welcome Adelis as a new growth partner to Aderian. We have a unique business model where our group companies retain their strong brands and local presence, which is highly appreciated by both customers and employees. At the same time, we cooperate within the group to provide both a broad service offering and specialist competences to always serve our customers in the best possible way”, says Mia Åslander, CEO at Aderian Group.

Following the transaction with Adelis, Aderian is expected to reach revenues of c. SEK 1 billion. With Adelis as a growth partner, the ambition is to triple revenue in five years, driven by both organic growth and an active M&A strategy in the fragmented IT industry.

“We are honored to become new majority owner in Aderian. Mia and the team of strong entrepreneurs have created a unique platform that combines the important qualities of being a local and customer-oriented IT partner, with the benefits and resources of being part of a larger group. We look forward to supporting Aderian’s continued growth and welcoming additional entrepreneurs and employees who want to join our coming growth journey”, say Erik Hallert and Jakob Wedenborn at Adelis.

The transaction is expected to close January 2023, subject to customary regulatory approvals.

For further information:

Mia Åslander, VD Aderian Group

Phone: 076-188 91 77


Erik Hallert, Adelis Equity Partners

Phone: 070-936 80 41


Jakob Wedenborn, Adelis Equity Partners

Phone: 073-392 59 26


About Aderian Group

Aderian Group consists of leading companies with strong local brands and broad competences that, within Aderian, can find synergies and areas of cooperation to broaden their service offering and provide tailored solutions with a customer-centric approach. The strategy is to gather all the companies’ unique qualities with the goal of becoming a market leader within IT- and application operations, infrastructure, cloud services, security and digitalization. The companies in the group, primarily focused on smaller- and midsized (SME) customers, can leverage this business model to broaden their service offering and continue to grow with existing and new customers. Today, Aderian has over 300 employees and has revenues of c. SEK 800m. For more information, please visit

About Adelis Equity Partners

Adelis is a growth partner for well-positioned, Nordic companies. Adelis partners with management and/or owners to build businesses in growth segments and with strong market positions. Since raising its first fund in 2013, Adelis has been one of the most active investors in the Nordic middle-market, making 37 platform investments and more than 160 add-on acquisitions. Adelis today manages approximately €2.5 billion in capital. For more information, please visit

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