IT Services and Software

From strategy, software, operating model design and outsourcing to ERP, application design, data management and infrastructure design.

IT Services and Software

It is typical to have some blend of consulting, services and product, which can result in IT Services and Software businesses being tricky to value and position in the market.  Moreover, within IT there are pockets of high demand such as cloud, mobile, analytics, cyber, or social, etc.  Equiteq’s experience and proprietary methodologies uniquely position us to help you answer the big strategic questions facing your business.

If you’re planning ahead for growth to premium value, or ready to sell now, use the links below to find out how we can help you meet your exit goals.

 

What corporate buyers are saying

For our third consecutive year, we have conducted an independent survey of 150 buyers of knowledge-intensive services businesses.

Results reveal that IT consulting buyers have the largest budgets for acquisitions. With a focus on acquiring expertise relating to software with a clear client ROI, cloud applications and related integration services and consulting.

For more key insights on buyers of the IT consulting sector, download the NEW 2016/17 Buyers Research Report here.

 

 Recent deals

 - Harlex Consulting (SAP Data Management) sold to SNP Schneider-Neureither & Partner AG 

 - PMsquare (IT Consulting, IBM Analytics) merged with Cornerstone

 - CompriseIT (IT Consulting, SAP) sold to BackOffice Associates

 - Habber Tec Brazil (IT Consulting, IBM) sold to GFT

 - Activeo (IT Services) acquired Kasturi

 

Green Line

“We are delighted to have joined forces with BackOffice Associates and what that means for the future of the company. Equiteq have been with us for the whole journey from growth to sale. Their focus and experience in the consulting sector proved invaluable and the return on investment we received unquestionable.”

Clive Bellmore, Co-founder and MD, Entota - IT Consulting
Sold to BackOffice Associates

Green Line