Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) June 17, 2014
Deal Capital (http://www.dealcapital.com/), a middle market mergers and acquisitions advisor announces the acquisition of strategic domain name softwaremergers.com. The acquisition will continue to remain a key component for the company’s effort to gain exposure in the enterprise software, SaaS, Paas and IaaS markets for strategic mergers and acquisitions.
“Software mergers and acquisitions remain a market where we have keen interest thanks to our past experience in this sector,” says Chris Sheppard, Director at Deal Capital. “We’ve acquired this strategic domain name as part of a promotional effort to gain exposure for our M&A deal-making services for the software market,” says Sheppard. “We’re hoping this strategic acquisition will be a great long-term buy that will help in our outreach and expansion of our services.”
Deal Capital management is confident that the market remains strong for software deals for a number of key reasons. First, software multiples remain strong and are back to their pre-recession levels. This indicates a great market and timing for selling software-related firms. Second, interest rates remain at historic lows. Low interest rates continue to contribute to high liquidity and better access to capital for financing deals. Third and finally, general demand from private equity and strategic buyers also remains high, providing opportunities for middle-market software firms to complete deals quickly.
“We’ve also noticed the market for software has grown drastically in the last five years,” says Sheppard. “Thanks to the expansion of mobile and cloud-related technologies, software firms have seen expanded cash on their balance sheets. This growth in innovation will continue to play a key role in our business strategy going forward and this acquisition should assist.”
About Deal Capital
Deal Capital is a middle market M&A advisory firm with offices in Seattle, Portland and Salt Lake City. For over 20 years, the principals have assisted companies from $10M to $200M in valuation in the process of selling companies, restructuring businesses and divesting assets. for more information, please visit the company website at dealcapital.com.