Software M&A Blog

Guerilla Marketing - Give speeches

Over 2 decades ago, Corum's founder, Bruce Milne, wrote "Software Company Guerilla Marketing: How to Succeed in the Software Wars with a Carefully Targeted, Low/No Budget Marketing and Sales Campaign." These are hands-on, practical ways to get the... Click here to read more

Tuesday, August 28, 2012 - 06:30
Posted by Pat Sultan, Director of Operations
Tech M&A - 1985 vs. 2012

Corum was founded in 1985 when the tech world as we know it was just cooling.  M&A was done with a limited cast of buyers, an alternative to going public, which most firms hoped to do.  Deals were often for stock, buyers hoarding their precious cash. Venture... Click here to read more

Friday, August 24, 2012 - 03:18
Posted by Bruce Milne, CEO
Disruptive pricing and delivery models

I was struck by a recent article by 451 Group Analyst, David Horrigan. The opening... Click here to read more

Wednesday, August 22, 2012 - 02:27
Posted by Jeff Brown, Senior Vice President
SaaS surges in the rising Software M&A swell


After 2 quarters into 2012, weve tracked over 230 SaaS deals, with a market value of $17.5 B where terms were announced, with a median deal value of $54 M. And, theres little sign of the trend slowing... Click here to read more

Monday, August 20, 2012 - 07:56
Posted by Ward Carter, Chairman Emeritus

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quotesFor us Corum was a pretty straight forward choice. We wanted someone who we thought was the best fit for a private software company, and we didn’t feel like we’d get the attention or the knowledge we needed from a Wall Street bank or the corporate finance arm of one of the big CPA firms. quotes

Bill Wignall
Electronics Workbench