Many SaaS companies go through due diligence in a less-than-ideal state. That’s a lot less stressful when you know what that means. A while back I wrote about what to expect in SaaS due diligence and provided an interactive institutional readiness report card to help you prepare, but today I want to address the consequences […]
SaaS Investment Bankers Best Practices
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A Founder’s Guide to Maximizing SaaS Liquidity Value There’s a lot of content out there. And, quite frankly, there’s a lot right here in Married2Growth. To ease the task of wandering through that labyrinth we thought we’d provide concise, visual roadmaps that summarize popular topics and make our content more useful to you. The Path to […]
I’ve written several articles over the last few months on institutional readiness. One focused on SaaS due diligence preparedness. Another on the value of process and documentation. And yet another on the strategic and organizational implications of preparing a SaaS to be acquired in the future. Back in April, I wrote about the perils of revenue recognition, […]
If you’re expecting to give birth to a deal in SaaS, you’re expecting due diligence. And if you haven’t been through it before, SaaS due diligence may be more burdensome than you might think. Then again, maybe it will be less onerous than you’re expecting. I seriously doubt the latter, but anything is possible. Your […]
Justin recently shared his perspective on selecting an investment banker. He was on the front lines of finding and working with, our investment bankers at our last company. By proximity, I was often around during his conversations or meetings with the various bankers he was considering. I wanted to share some of the things I […]
First of all, we probably (umm definitely) engaged our investment bankers a bit late. But here’s how that process went down and how we made our decision.