Valuing a company in its very early stages can be difficult. For the past few years, the so-called rule of 40 has become a popular way of assessing the value of software as a service (SaaS) startups and early-stage companies. Here is a closer look at how it works and when it is most useful.
The merger integration process is often a manic period where the buyer and seller are frantically focused on agreeing to a deal, including various due diligence workstreams, negotiations on the Sale and Purchase Agreement, and planning for deal close.
Revenue synergies are often the most challenging synergies to achieve and can take time to fully realize. To put this into perspective, only ~25% of businesses of businesses achieve over 80% of their targeted revenue synergy goals
Are you a technology company? Perception vs. reality and where does IT fit in your organization?
When this question is posed to companies, unless they are in the business of coding, developing applications, software or building hardware, the answer comes back as no.
A Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) has been a recently preferred method for taking a company public, particularly in the past three years. A SPAC, also referred to as a “blank check company” raises capital through an IPO