Before investing in a technology company, we help our clients understand:

What is unique about the company’s intellectual property compared to the publicly‑available components used in the software?

How valuable, defensible, and monetizable are the software products or other intellectual property assets being considered?

Getting answers to these questions can be challenging. When you add the strict confidentiality considerations typical in an MOU or LOI, a potential investor or acquirer can find it extremely difficult to perform proper vetting of a target company’s technology. Similarly, the target company may wonder if its unique intellectual property is being reviewed properly for fair value. That’s where we come in.

Considering a technology investment? Contact us for a free, confidential consultation.