Klout added several new social sharing features to its site last week, and according to a report from Re/code, has reached a deal with Lithium Technologies.
Lithium Technologies specializes in social customer service, and is said to have acquired the online influence platform for “at least $100 million” in a mix of cash and private stock.
The deal has not closed yet, according to Re/code’s inside sources.
Back in September 2013, Lithium raised $50 million in new funding as part of its journey edging towards an IPO.
To date, the company has raised over $150 million, and an acquisition of Klout could prove to be a promising integration.