Tech due diligence
A tech due diligence is an audit, investigation or review performed on a technical/software company, i.e. a tech native company with core products and/or services that are digital.
The main purpose is to make an external assessment of the company before an investment or divestment to support decision-making and valuation.
A typical Implement technical DD process spans three weeks and includes an evaluation of the target’s tech and product strategy, product platform, tech organisation and people, development process, governance and cybersecurity and infrastructure.
Implement has performed 100+ buy and sell-side tech DDs and are experienced in:
A tech VDD identifies dealbreakers, streamlines the transaction process and enhances credibility with potential buyers.
Implement is doing many standalone commercial and tech DDs with strong delivery, but certain aspects will be missed when performing standalone DDs of tech companies. A combined commercial and tech DD ensures that key commercial and technical questions are answered, and that synergies are leveraged in the combined DD delivery.
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