The 2010s was the first decade without a U.S. recession or painful bear market. The 2020s is off to a rough start, but companies still must think about the future and opportunities to gain a competitive advantage. This undoubtedly includes investing in technology, which means the economic downturn will not inhibit the need to buy and sell software companies.

The Corum Group, the global leader in technology mergers and acquisitions, recently published its 2020 Tech M&A Report, which profiles 29 technology market sectors, key 2019 deals and valuation metrics, top buyers, financial trends, the Corum Index of tech M&A metrics and insight from industry luminaries. Read the full article on the Indiana Chamber website.