Small Business Due Diligence lets you calculate what a small business is worth to you, what it is worth to the other party (buyer or seller), and then develop an offer, negotiating and decision strategy that will take you to a win-win outcome. As part of this, Small Business Due Diligence sets out what to look for in a Due Diligence investigation and shows you how to use the information you discover.
This unique software product brings clear thinking to the economics of small businesses and to designing your negotiating and decision strategy. Small Business Due Diligence presents this guidance and business power in a common sense and very user-friendly way.
Small Business Due Diligence recognizes the special features of small businesses, features such as limited information, limited financial expertise of owners and purchasers, and the multiple roles of the vendor owning and managing and operating the business. Small Business Due Diligence allows for all these in calculating business values. Small Business Due Diligence then cuts through the hype and emotion of the acquisition process to the nub of the matter - achieving a win-win situation for both buyer and seller (so that a deal becomes possible) and doing this in such a way that your advantage is maximized - so that you win most. And, Small Business Due Diligence keeps in mind that sometimes no deal is the best decision - it tells you the limits to an attractive deal and when you should not buy (or sell).
The professionals at e-dec have drawn on their decades of experience in business valuation and in the purchase and sale of businesses in designing this unique tool for advice and decision. Small Business Due Diligence is unique in its simplicity and ease of use. e-dec has achieved this by cutting to the heart of the valuation, negotiating and decision issues involved. So that you get the information you really need to analyze a small business, follow through the offer and negotiation process, and come out a winner.
Small Business Due Diligence guides you through the Due Diligence process and the purchase and sale negotiating process: