In today’s competitive market, publicly and privately held companies are tasked with making acquisitions that propel corporate growth in new and exciting ways. No matter if the company’s acquisition targets are identified or unknown, the relationship management and business development processes need to be handled with care by corporate development professionals.
Most companies want to execute on their add-on and roll-up strategies in a thoughtful, methodical way, but they don’t have the resources and tools at their fingertips to get the job done. By creating a single source of truth for all information regarding deals, intermediaries, and other deal sources, DealCloud has enabled corporate development professionals to operate more efficiently and strategically.
To its core, DealCloud believes that every investment thesis is unique, and that the teams that execute on it should have a fully configurable, unified technology platform to act as the central hub for relationship intelligence. We’re proud to deliver these solutions to companies of all shapes and sizes, ranging from high-volume and publicly traded corporate acquirers to those looking for their first add-on.
DealCloud was built to enable corporate development teams and leaders at acquisitive publicly-traded and private companies more effectively manage their deal pipelines and relationships. This technology was built to be configurable, responding to the unique needs of corporations and flexible enough to account for all of the complexities of M&A transactions.
Maintaining visibility on the wide array of strategic acquisition opportunities can be extremely challenging, especially since most corporate development teams are small and have limited resources at their disposal. With DealCloud, deal teams get access to a single source of truth for all potential acquisition targets, industry executives, and a historical view of the relationship. Transaction targets can be thoughtfully categorized in DealCloud by partnership or transaction type, business unit, status, geography, and much more. When the corporation is ready to transact, DealCloud becomes the central hub for deal correspondences, interactions with lawyers, accountants, and consultants, documents, bid records, risk analyses and assessments, comparable deal analyses, and other relevant information.