Knowledge and support for investments in software business
Ernani Ferrari provides investors with objective, fast, and comprehensive perspectives and information about the inner workings of any software company. His extensive, deep, and up-to-date knowledge of software processes, business, international markets, and relationships with customers and partners, allow him to support analyses and decisions rapidly and precisely. Use Ernani’s help for what otherwise would require multi-skilled teams, which are difficult and time-consuming to build and manage.
assessments and support.
Main services provided to investors
Assessment of software companies–processes, products, services, organization, and teams.
Assessment of synergies, limitations, and risks for mergers & acquisitions.
Support for the identification of arguments, trade-offs, warranties, and demands for negotiation strategies and execution.
Due diligence (small, medium, and large software companies).
Planning and execution of mergers and acquisitions of small, medium and large companies.
Business and operational modeling for numerous software companies.
Business plans for local and international operations–North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia.
Strategic planning for numerous software companies–small and large.
Executive and management coaching.
Structuring/restructuring of software organizations–headquarters and subsidiaries.
Product portfolio consolidations.
Distribution channel consolidations.
Ernani Ferrari will help you get unbiased, objective, consistent and comprehensive views on:
Aspects related to organization, technologies, products, and services, as well as financial and operational references (benchmarks) about software companies.
Technical and overall functional aspects of a software product, as well as its related support processes, costs, risks, and opportunities.
Benefit from adequate investment levels and risk reduction. Identify assets and liabilities by assessing:
Potential for the short, medium, and long term.
Risks related to technical and operational aspects.
Capacity to expand.
Potential synergies with other initiatives or organizations.
Potential for cost reductions through optimization, reorganization, and outsourcing.
Internationalization level and potential for the company and its products.
Current/historical costs and trends.
Benefit from better information
Ernani Ferrari offers investors deep analyses about a company's organization, processes, and products. He also provides investors with the opportunity to improve the software business in which they have invested.