Corsis Advises Coaxis in Acquisition of 4Projects

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Information Due Diligence Audit provides key element of Coaxis, Inc., dba Viewpoint Construction Software Acquisition

Corsis IT Due Diligence Software Acquisition

Corsis IT Due Diligence

Corsis, LLC, ( a leading IT due diligence and infrastructure management firm dedicated to helping companies mitigate data center risk and reduce costs in the cloud, recently advised Coaxis, Inc.,dba, Viewpoint Construction Software, with the IT due diligence of its acquisition of 4Projects, a provider of secure online collaboration solutions for the building and infrastructure industries. As a result of the transaction, 61 employees from 4Projects will join the Viewpoint team and the company’s product portfolio will become available in the United States, Canada and Australia, Viewpoint’s primary markets, as well as its current market in the U.K., the Middle East and continental Europe.

In connection with the acquisition, Corsis evaluated the scalability and growth potential of 4Projects' project collaboration software and infrastructure. The Corsis assessment team applied the Corsis Confidence Index℠ against two audit tracks, Software Architecture and Network Infrastructure. Corsis auditors evaluated the feasibility of integrating 4Projects software into the Viewpoint Construction Software suite, and assessed the potential of deploying it across a large-scale global SaaS infrastructure.

Coaxis, a portfolio company of TA Associates, is a vertical-market, software-development and management company. Based in Portland, Oregon, Coaxis employs a business model that utilizes company diversification to generate multiple revenue streams, allowing the company to benefit from economies-of-scale and use internally-generated capital to reinvest in and improve its leading edge solutions.

Viewpoint Construction Software, named Oregon's Best Software Company 2012 by TechAmerica, offers construction-specific enterprise resource planning, as well as point solutions including project and BIM collaboration, mobile field-to-office and enterprise content management. Viewpoint provides cloud, SaaS, and on-premise solutions throughout the United States, Canada and Australia, and now with the acquisition of 4Projects, the U.K., the Middle East and continental Europe.

4Projects, based in the United Kingdom, was established in 2000 and has a global presence through its network of partnerships. The company provides collaborative online software solutions to the architecture, engineering and construction sectors. Currently 18 of the top 20 UK construction contractors use 4Projects software.

The Corsis IT due diligence audit team was led by Thomas J. Shelford.

For additional information on the transaction, please read the Viewpoint press release.

About Corsis
Corsis, a Marshall Junction Partners company, is a market-leading IT due diligence and infrastructure management firm assisting business-building investors, entrepreneurs, CEOs and CTOs to unleash the growth potential of their companies. Corsis services allow clients to focus on building their core technology platforms while they reduce operational risk, decrease costs and maximize the value of their company. Corsis typically works with mid-sized companies ranging from $20 million to $200 million in annual revenue across a spectrum of industry verticals. The company delivers up-to-date information on its latest activities as well as industry trends through its social media channels. Follow Corsis on Twitter at @Corsis.

About Marshall Junction Partners
With its headquarters in New York City, Marshall Junction Partners is a private equity firm and venture incubator, specializing in building and supporting businesses that solve critical marketplace needs. The firm seeks to develop businesses to a point where they are suitable for acquisition by leading corporations within their industries. Marshall Junction Partners, is led by Managing Partners Gregg Alwine and David Barnett, and can be followed on Twitter at @MJPLLC. For more information, please visit

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