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Perivan and EthosData announce strategic partnership

Apr 23, 2018 12:45:01 PM / by Maria Rubio posted in M&A, Corporate Finance, dataroom

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Perivan, the UK’s leading financial printer, managed services and enterprise technology solutions provider and EthosData, a world-class, award winning, global Virtual Data Room specialist, have today announced a strategic partnership following the recent transfer of the Millnet Financial Printing business (EthosData’s previous UK partner) to Perivan.

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Why servers go down? How to avoid collapse?: Understanding availability

Jun 5, 2017 8:00:00 AM / by Maria Rubio posted in Dataroom Security, M&A News, SaaS, Corporate Finance, Data Room, virtual data room, Cloud Computing

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Technology is a critical piece of the business and all technological tools need to be operating at peak performance for a business to be able to maximize its operation, services and sales.

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4th year in a row! EthosData Data Room wins multiple awards from Acquisition International

Mar 1, 2017 8:30:00 AM / by Kamal Raj posted in M&A, ethosdata, Corporate Finance, virtual data room

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Completion is just the beginning, a dataroom perspective

May 6, 2013 2:05:00 PM / by Francisco Lorca posted in Articles, Corporate Finance, Data Room

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Acquisition International recently asked us to provide the perspective of a dataroom provider about the factors that contribute to a succesful M&A transaction and integration.

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6 Stages Of The M&A Process Optimized With A Virtual Data Room

Oct 6, 2012 12:17:00 PM / by Francisco Lorca posted in Corporate Finance, due diligence, dataroom

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Acquisition Rationale (What creates value in acquisitions)

Oct 4, 2010 3:00:36 AM / by Francisco Lorca posted in M&A News, M&A, Corporate Finance, virtual data room, dataroom, Uncategorized, McKinsey

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According to a very interesting McKinsey Quarterly article, acquisitions are in general successful if they follow one of these objectives:

  • Improve the target company’s performance

  • Consolidate to remove excess capacity from industry

  • Accelerate market access for the target’s (or buyer’s) products

  • Get skills or technologies faster or at lower cost than they can be built

  • Pick winners early and help them develop their businesses


Other factors that are normally used as part of a "deal rationale" are shown to create value relatively rarely (Buy cheap, Enter into a transformational merger, Roll-Up strategy).
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