Cisco is set to buy portfolio company memo-transcription software provider Voicea in a deal that would allow Alphabet, Microsoft, Salesforce and Workday to exit.

Networking equipment producer Cisco plans to purchase Voicea, a US-based dictation software developer that is also one of its portfolio companies, for an undisclosed sum, it has disclosed. In addition to the corporateā€™s Cisco Investment unit, software provider Microsoft, internet and technology conglomerate Alphabet and enterprise software producers Workday and Salesforce are also set to…

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