Taking advantage of its recent stock price run, NetSuite said that it would float convertible bonds to raise $270 million to potentially fund future acquisitions.
The move comes amid solid results from NetSuite and shares that are pushing $90.
In a statement, NetSuite said that the bonds will mature June 1, 2018. If certain conditions are met, the bonds can convert to common stock.
NetSuite said it plans to use the proceeds for "working capital and other general corporate purposes, including to fund possible acquisitions of, or investments in, complementary businesses, products, services, technologies and capital expenditures."
Cash-rich technology companies are often hitting the debt markets because they can raise money at cheap rates and do things like provide dividends. For instance, Apple recently tapped the debt markets.
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