Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
The Cloud Communications Alliance (CCA), the only industry peer association specifically dedicated to the advancement of cloud communications technologies, announced that Michael Quinn, founding partner of Q Advisors, a Denver and San Francisco-based telecommunications and tech investment banking boutique, will present at the CCA’s upcoming conference, scheduled for October 14-15 in San Diego, Calif.
Quinn will provide an overview of the current M&A and financing market for cloud and managed services providers and discuss recent cloud transactions, including one involving NTT-Arkadin. Michael will also discuss cloud communications providers’ need for service offerings and client size diversification. He will also give members a “to-do” list of things they can implement to enhance valuations in both acquisition and financing transactions.
“The M&A opportunities for CCA members are huge, especially as potential acquirers look to the cloud to streamline costs and lower operational expenses for their customers,” said Quinn. “However, these deals don’t just fall in your lap; companies that want to be acquired need to adequately prepare in order to get the best possible deals and financing.”
“Q Advisors is one of the leading global cloud communications investment banks, and we’re glad that Michael can share his expertise with our members at our San Diego meeting,” said Joseph Marion, president, CCA. “Our members have aggressive growth goals and are actively looking for information to help them take their company to the next level. The meeting will give them a unique opportunity to learn how to do this.”
More information about the CCA’s October event in San Diego, including a link to register, can be found at the CCA events page.
For more information about CCA, including how to become a member, please go to http://www.cloudcomunications.com or contact Joseph Marion at jmarion(at)cloudcommunications(dot)com or (888) 752-0442.
About the Cloud Communications Alliance
The Cloud Communications Alliance brings together leading cloud communications providers to promote development of the cloud communications category. Members include leading service providers, such as Alteva, BluIP, Inc., Broadcore, Callis Communications, DoubleHorn Communications, Globalinx, IPFone, PBX Central, RingCentral, SimpleSignal Inc., Stage 2 Networks, Telesphere, and Telovations. The CCA also includes several leading telecommunications vendors and experts, including Acme Packet, Broadsoft, Cooley, LLP, CTI Group, ECG, Edgewater Networks Inc., Embrase, Itopia, Inc., J-Curve Technologies, Polycom, and Yealink.