The comprehensive, practical guide to buying, selling, and merging technology companies The Technology MaA Guidebook provides executives and entrepreneurs interested in acquiring or selling a technology company with everything they need to know about the entire MaA process, from identifying target companies or buyers to financial analysis, due diligence, tax issues, valuation, and legal considerations. This book explores specific issues that are unique to technology MaA: assessing the impact of technology sector high-change rates; market-driven product development; company culture issues; engineers as managers and managers as engineers; consumer and technical product differences; technology marketing issues; intellectual property considerations; Internet interaction; and more. It also provides detailed analyses of factors involved in acquiring companies from different sectors, including: * Semiconductor equipment and chip manufacturers * PC/workstation and related hardware companies * Software businesses * Data networking and telecommunications firms * Internet-related companies Don't enter the MaA process unprepared. Let The Technology MaA Guidebook help you beat the odds and make your sale or acquisition a complete success.The franchiser is the parent company that develops and markets its product or services through the franchisees. ... RadioShack provides seminars, training manuals, workshops, and a store operations manual as part of the franchise fee.
|Title||:||The Technology M&A Guidebook|
|Author||:||Ed Paulson, Court Huber|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2001|