ORIGINATION AS A SCIENCE

We get software deals done.

ORIGINATION AS A SCIENCE

We get software
deals done.

WHAT WE DO.

We talk to CEOs and owners of software businesses all day, every day to identify investment opportunities for our network of buyers. We have sourced over 50 acquisitions and investments for our partners, putting well over $1 billion in equity capital to work. CEOs share KPIs with us because we understand software, we work directly with decision makers, and we are careful stewards of sensitive data.

  • We are software experts

  • We understand your business

  • We understand our partners’ mandates

  • We are paid by the buyer, not the seller

  • We can provide an IOI in two weeks

  • We span from growth to mature

  • We consider minority to 100% acquisition

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“Our business is based on trust, and discretion. Thousands of companies have entrusted us with sensitive KPIs and strategic plans. We keep that information in the strictest of confidence. We are paid by our network of buyers, who entrust us with their strategic plans and rely on us to manage dealflow so they can focus their energy on closing deals and running their businesses.”

– Austin Scee, CEO Razorhorse

Responsive. Efficient. Trustworthy.

We have sourced over 50 software acquisitions and investments for our partners, putting well over $1 billion in equity capital to work.

Giving Back

We founded PowerUp to empower disadvantaged children, and help put them on a path to health, wealth and happiness.

Carbon Neutral

Our virtual model means no one commutes to work, and we purchase carbon credits to offset flights and electricity consumption.

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Media

  • Rule of 40

Tortoise v Hare

January 31st, 2020|

Several years ago, we acquired a company for one of our clients. We had just finished a day of onsite due diligence to finalize our bid, and over dinner, one of the owners suggested the valuation in our IOI was...

  • Valuation Multiples

I’m no Peyton Manning

January 17th, 2020|

Several years ago, we acquired a company for one of our clients. We had just finished a day of onsite due diligence to finalize our bid, and over dinner, one of the owners suggested the valuation in our IOI was...

  • Gig Economy

Theory of the Firm

November 25th, 2019|

In August I wrote about how the nature of work is changing. Firms exist when transaction costs between actors are too high to be efficiently directed by market forces. The gig economy has reset transaction...