Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 18, 2005
Paul E. Clift, founder of $12M technology company InfoEdge Technology, Inc., joins Corporate Investment, a financial advisory firm specializing in business sales, mergers and acquisitions.
Clift is a veteran executive of private companies with positions in top executive, operations and financial officer roles. His recent experience in selling a fast-growing company earned him knowledge useful for other business owners considering selling their companies. As an associate at Corporate Investment, Clift will guide clients through business sales and M&A transactions, including business valuation, packaging and marketing.
Clift founded InfoEdge Technology (now IE Discovery, Inc, http://www.iediscovery.com), a provider of comprehensive legal discovery management solutions, in 1990. The company was ranked by Inc. magazine as one of the 500 fastest-growing, privately-held companies, and was sold by Clift in a management-led buy-out in 2003. Clift's 30-year career began with a degree from MIT and spans multiple industries and disciplines, with over 25 of those years providing in-house or external management and systems consulting.
"Corporate Investment is a natural fit with my experience and skill set. I was especially impressed by the caliber and professionalism of the staff, and Corporate Investment's reputation as the top business sales and M&A firm in Central Texas," said Clift. "I am excited by this opportunity to use my hands-on business and management experience to guide private company owners through the selling process.Â
Clift is expected to grow Corporate Investment's relationships with privately-held, middle-market companies nationwide, especially technology-based companies in rapidly-growing, B2B sectors.
About Corporate Investment
Corporate Investment is a financial advisory firm specializing in business sales, mergers and acquisitions. Founded in 1984 in Austin, Texas, Corporate Investment works primarily with the owners of private companies in a variety of industries, and their potential acquisition or merger partners.
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