Software M&A Blog

3 Signs You Need a Banker for Software M&A

3 Signs You Need a Banker for M&AAll too often, we hear the same sad story: a CEO gets made an offer for acquisition, doesn’t think that he/she needs a... Click here to read more

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 14:16
Posted by Corum Group,
Tech M&A Myth #2: You Already Know Your Buyer

Continuing our ... Click here to read more

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Friday, July 25, 2014 - 13:53
Posted by Rob Schram, Senior Vice President
Corum's Top Ten Disruptive Technology Trends: Information Security

IT security has been a vital topic for a long time, but the huge increase of technological advancements and the easy exchange of... Click here to read more

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 09:41
Posted by Jon Scott, Managing Director, Corum Group, Int'l
Developing Relationships with Product Teams for M&A

Bruce Milne and Rob Schram Developing Business Relationships

Small companies with limited resources need to constantly focus or... Click here to read more

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Monday, July 14, 2014 - 13:03
Posted by Corum Group,
Advisors, Incentives, and Best Practices in Tech M&A

If you have a well-established business, ideally you have already formed a well-connected advisory board... Click here to read more

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 14:26
Posted by Corum Group,

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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.