Software M&A Blog

Technology addiction

With our constant dependence on technology, losing connectivity can be a disaster. Its rare that people leave home or work without their cell phones or some access to the internet, e-mails and other means of communication so crucial to our everyday... Click here to read more

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Friday, September 28, 2012 - 08:14
Posted by Amanda Tallman, Senior Analyst
Geo-Consolidation

In August, I participated in Where is Everywhere,... Click here to read more

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Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 04:55
Posted by Elon Gasper, Executive Vice President, Research & Technology
September Tech M&A Monthly Recap

Yesterdays Tech M&A Monthly webcast was one of our best ever. Our new 30-minute format is shorter, but no less rich in invaluable news and information for tech CEOs.

 

First, we heard... Click here to read more

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Friday, September 14, 2012 - 09:00
Posted by Timothy Goddard, Executive Vice President of Marketing
The significance of India-based Infosys acquisition of Swiss-based Lodestone

The announcement of Infosys acquisition of the Swiss SAP integrator, Lodestone, is welcome news to me. For over a decade, I have been monitoring Asian buyers - in particular their appetite for acquiring European targets - and I am glad to... Click here to read more

Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 00:28
Posted by Miro Parizek, Managing Director
The 10 worst things you can do when selling your software company (Part 2 of 10)

Miss your numbers.

Buyers expect you to be able to predict your business and to be able to make credible financial projections, at least for the near term. But don'’t make your projections so optimistic that you miss the numbers. If you do... Click here to read more

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Wednesday, September 5, 2012 - 02:42
Posted by Ward Carter, Chairman Emeritus

Archived Posts

quotes I think that the one thing that, as we looked at different firms to help represent us, one of the things that really hooked us, and I believe was still a big factor, was the fact that we had a firm who understood the software side of our business, a firm specializing in software, and I think that helped us immensely in the process because we weren't having to go in and educated a firm or broker on how to speak our language to potential buyers. I think that was one of the things that made an easier decision for us to select Corum in that process. quotes

David Gorman
Clearview Staffing Software, Inc.