A comprehensive understanding of the financial data and operational issues underlying M&A is critical to a successful outcome. Riveron enables executives to make informed decisions by identifying risks and opportunities unique to each transaction.
With deep experience gained from thousands of transactions, our executive-led teams provide insightful analysis, thorough plans and impactful execution to address your dynamic financial and operational goals both before and after the deal closes.
Our diverse backgrounds and unique ability to provide solutions throughout the transaction lifecycle allows Riveron to partner at a much deeper level to increase the likelihood of success and maximize long-term value.
Riveron performs financial due diligence and integration assessment supporting the lifecycle of an acquisition
NexusTek, a Denver based managed IT company, needed help executing against a balanced growth strategy which included organic platform growth and an ambitious acquisition and integration program. To support their rapid growth, Riveron was asked to perform both financial due diligence and an order-to-cash integration assessment in response to NexusTek’s largest acquisition to date. Riveron partnered with both entities to deliver a Quality of Earnings report, as well as recommendations on software selection and process improvement to integrate the acquisition into an improved order-to-cash function.
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