Our software M&A deal team has deep industry expertise and transaction experience within the SaaS/software sectors. We maximize shareholder value by running a comprehensive transaction process.
Our Goal Is To Drive Maximum Value For Your Software Business. We Get Deals Done!
Why Solganick & Co.?
Solganick & Co. provides experienced and industry focused mergers & acquisitions (M&A) advisory services for fast growing and established software companies. By focusing on the software industry for over 11 years, we have the understanding and experience to quickly determine our clients strategic and financial objectives, in order to manage our client’s transaction from start to finish. Our experienced team of investment bankers come from top firms among the industry and have negotiated with all types of buyers and sellers. Thus, we provide a unique blend of M&A experience and industry focus to serve our clients objectives in the best possible way.
We Cover A Range Of Software Industry Sub-Sectors Including:
Enterprise Software, Software as a Service (SaaS)
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Education, Learning and Training
Data Analytics and Business Intelligence
Financial Technology (Fintech)
We have been named among the top 50 investment bankers and private equity firms focused on the software industry by Axial, a global leader in transaction data and deal management.
Our clients include fast growing and established software companies and private equity firms across nearly every software sector, geographic region, and focus.
What Our Clients Have To Say
Solganick & Co. was named a Top Software M&A Advisor by Axial
Axial has published its annual top software PE and M&A advisory firms and named Solganick & Co. to the list.
Software M&A Update, Q3 2021
Solganick & Co. has published its latest M&A report on the software industry. It covers the latest mergers and acquisitions transactions and valuation for the sector.
SaaS Valuations and The Rule of 40
A primer on SaaS valuations and the Rule of 40. How investors and buyers look at your revenue growth rate and EBITDA or profitability to determine valuation. Private equity and strategic buyers use this metric to make investment decisions often.