StarLeaf falls into administration – UC Today


Hardware and software provider UC StarLeaf has fallen into administration, according to a report on The Gazette website.

The filing – dated today (June 9) and specifically for StarLeaf Limited – shows that two employees of Kroll Advisory Limited were appointed as joint directors on June 1.

The company’s French entity is also in liquidation, according to French company databases Société and Infogreffe.

A StarLeaf France employee said in a LinkedIn post last month that the French branch was being liquidated due to problems with StarLeaf Ltd in the UK. The post said the French operation would be run from StarLeaf’s UK headquarters going forward.

UC today has contacted StarLeaf and Kroll for comment.

StarLeaf filed its final accounts last August for the year ending Dec. 31, 2021. It posted sales of $28.5 million for that period, down 4% year-over-year.

Just under $6 million in revenue came from UK customers, with the majority coming from Europe ($16.5 million) and a further $6 million from North America and the rest of the world combined.

StarLeaf’s portfolio includes applications for messaging, meetings and chat, as well as devices for meeting rooms and APIs to integrate its services.

In 2019, the company claimed to have surpassed $100 million in global sales for the cloud-based video offering it launched in 2013.

Its collaboration portfolio ranges from a free subscription to an enterprise plan at £11.99 per user per month.


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