Sell Your IT Services Firm

Never has an industry been so populated with executives planning an exit strategy almost at the same time they open their doors for business, as in the IT industry.

This is because of couple of reasons. One, it could be that the IT industry attracts entrepreneurial types who are more comfortable with getting new ventures up and running, rather than managing them long term. Or two, it could be that executives see a quick path to prosperity in an industry, that in just one generation, has grown to more than $4 Trillion in annual spending. Every business plan for the owner of an IT Services provider should have an exit strategy component. It’s a good time to be a seller as the M&A market is strong and the valuations are attractive. Let us guide you along the way of selling your IT firm.

Get started by finding your IT Services Firm’s value!

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  1. How much of the business is within a 100 mile radius?

  2. How many industries do you serve that represent more than 10% of revenue?

  3. What is the % of revenue from reselling hardware or software products?

  4. How much of your revenue comes from a proprietary (IP) tool or framework?

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