DiliVer – Delivering the Best for Mergers and Acquisitions

Biz Report

Have you heard of due diligence for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) Well, if you’re not familiar with M&A, it’s defined as the process during a business transaction where the buyer can learn and verify information about a candidate seller.

As you can imagine, this process is imperative for any buyer so they can avoid bad outcomes down the road.

One Financial Tech company (FinTech) that’s changing the landscape of how M&A is completed is DiliVer.

Basically, any company involved in an M&A transaction that wishes to evaluate the seller, can use DiliVer’s software to conduct due diligence using enterprise-wide metric-based scorecard system instead of the usual M&A due diligence checklist.

The secret to DiliVer’s success has been surrounding themselves with a great team of people and terrific partners. Their executive team has been together from the start and have made a fantastic advisory board. In addition, they’ve had wonderful partners such as John Hopkins University, Founder Institute, The Center for Advancing Innovation, Angel to Exit and Mindshare.

CEO, Neik Kleinberg’s view an ideal solution for the next century is to obtain an integrated solution of M&A packages where at least four main ones which would include Diliver’s for due diligence, virtual data room, and some type of workflow software. Those minimum qualities combined under one tent, fully integrated for a cost-effective solution that doesn’t exist today.

If you’d like to learn more, head to diliver.com today.

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