Our advice is rooted in deep sector insight, built on 30 years advising on successful transactions for disruptive and often fast-growth technology companies.
With this in-depth domain expertise, we provide unparalleled insight to our clients on industry trends, optimal strategic positioning, the best-fit buyers, investors or acquisition targets, and a granular perspective on what drives and underpins value; ultimately enabling us achieve the best possible outcome for clients.
Whilst we have experience working with companies across the sector, our particular areas of focus include enterprise SaaS, technology services, cyber security, digital marketing, healthcare IT and digital media/E-Commerce.
We are proud to have worked with some of the most innovative software and technology services companies across multiple sectors, helping them to complete venture capital and private equity fundraisings and strategic M&A transactions.
Our highly specialised, global team works together seamlessly across six focus areas in the technology sector.
Global skills shortages fuel innovative HRTech solutions
The HRTech sector is more active than it has ever been before with the pandemic accelerating the adoption of technology across all HR processes. No longer seen as an administrative function, HR is now viewed as a strategic business unit focusing on the mission critical challenge of identifying and recruiting top talent but also retaining […]
Marketing Services: Global M&A and Public Company Performance – H1 2022
We are pleased to share with you the H1 2022 Marketing Services Sector Review, where we analyse global M&A activity and public market performance in the marketing services sector. H1 2022 has been an exciting and active period for M&A in the marketing services vertical with 425 deals recorded globally. This represents a 15% and […]
The Technology Services Perspective – Q2 2022
H1 2022 deal volumes have increased significantly across the board, up 37% over H1 2021. Strategic M&A continues to drive this quarter’s deal activity, namely acquiring footholds in near/offshore hotspots, vendor-specific tech stacks (particularly AWS, Salesforce and SAP) and or next-gen capabilities, such as conversational AI and data analytics. Public tech companies broadly tracked the […]