For mergers and acquisitions in the software industry this book lays the foundation for successful due diligence. Based on methodological foundations, a business model driven approach for due diligence is presented. The key difference between this book and other due diligence books: this book focuses on a business model driven approach, M&A processes, M&A organization and software industry specifics. The book focuses on four goals. First, it focuses on creating a holistic view of acquisition targets using business models. Second, the book defines differences of the software industry to other industries. Third, the book tries to lay the foundation for standardization of due diligence activities. It also analyses the right setup for acquirers to successfully carry out acquisitions. Fourth, it elaborates on typical business models, business ecosystems and partnerships in the software industry. Many examples from real life due diligence activities and many hints make this book a valuable resource for business professionals in mergers and acquisitions in all industries.
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This book is containing state of the art knowledge how to conduct due diligence on software companies. it is targeted to investors, CEOs, corporate development teams and everybody in the software business.
what makes it different is that it is
A new, fresh approach to due diligence of software companies.business model driven. risk aware. early integration planning.made for the software industry, but fits all industries.best practices based on many acquisitions.
About this book
Goal of this book is to provide you with key knowledge and skills for successful due diligence in the software industry. You will learn about the M&A process, M&A organization, due diligence coverage, due diligence hacks and specifics of the software industry, like business models, software ecosystems and partnership models to maximize your success. The key difference to other due diligence books: this book focuses on the software industry specifics only and leaves industry-independent due diligence information to other books.
Who should read this book Corporate Development executives, Executives in business development, Investors, M&A professionals from all industries interested in software industry specifics, students and researchers in the field of software business, software ecosystems and software industry M&A.
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