Exit watch, week of June 8, 2009

Intuit buys PayCycle for $170M

Intuit Inc.

(Nasdaq: INTU) has agreed to acquire PayCycle Inc., a Palo Alto, Calif.-based provider of online payroll services, for about $170 million in cash. PayCycle had raised nearly $30 million in VC funding since 2000 from August Capital, CCP Equity Partners, DCM, Irwin Ventures and Total Technology Ventures. PayCycle was advised on the sale by Raymond James & Associates.

Lithium scoops up Keibi

Lithium Technologies

, an Emeryville, Calif.-based provider of on-demand solutions for enterprise communities, has acquired Keibi Technologies Inc., a San Francisco-based provider of automated content discovery, analysis and moderation for online communities. No financial terms were disclosed. Keibi had raised about $9 million from Catamount Ventures and Hunt Ventures. Lithium is also venture-backed, having raised $21 million in VC funding from Benchmark Capital, Emergence Capital and Shasta Ventures.

NetLogic pays $184M for chip company

NetLogic Microsystems Inc. (Nasdaq: NETL) has agreed to acquire fabless semiconductor company RMI Corp. (f.k.a. Raza Microelectronics Inc.), for about $184 million. Most of the purchase price is in NetLogic stock. RMI had previously raised about $152 million in VC funding since 2004 from Benchmark Capital, DAG Ventures, Kodiak Venture Partners, Raza Foundries, Advanced Equities and Warburg Pincus.

Skyworks acquires Axiom

Skyworks Solutions Inc.

(Nasdaq: SWKS) has acquired Axiom Microdevices Inc., an Irvine, Calif.-based provider of metal oxide semiconductor power amplifiers. No financial terms were disclosed. Axiom Microdevices had raised nearly $44 million in VC funding from Tallwood Venture Capital, U.S. Venture Partners, Anthem Venture Partners and VentureTech Alliance.

Medtronic buys PreciSense’s assets

Medtronic Inc.

(NYSE: MDT) has acquired substantially all the glucose monitoring assets from PreciSense AS, based in Denmark. No financial terms were disclosed. PreciSense has raised a small amount of VC funding from Novo AS and the Danish Growth Fund.

Crosscheck acquires VC-backed Forum Systems

Crosscheck Networks Inc.

, a provider of Web services testing and simulation tools, has acquired Sandy, Utah-based Forum Systems, a developer of Web security solutions. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Forum Systems has raised at least $17.5 million in funding from CMS Cos., GMG Capital Partners and Wasatch Venture Fund.