Note: Many of our clients prefer their M&A transaction remains confidential and we respect their rights, therefore their transaction has not been listed on this web site.
Allstar Computer Products (Houston): Represented Allstar, a $200M/yr public company division, and negotiated a divestiture to privately held Amherst Computer Products.
Allstar Telecom Systems (Houston): Represented Allstar Telecom, a $12M/yr division, and sold this business to a privately held Colorado-based telephone system roll-up Buyer. GE Capital IT Services (Stamford, CT): Representing this $2B NYSE public company division of GE, and provided M&A services in their acquisition roll-up of technology resellers and IT consulting firms nationwide.
One Up Corporation (Westlake, Tx): Represented One Up, a $10M/yr migration software and services business, in their search for a financial buyer, which was sold to a NYSE public company called NY Acquisitions, Inc.
JEFA International, Inc. (Plano, Tx): A $10M/yr wireless software and services business was sold to a NYSE public company known as Comsat RSI.
Stonebridge Technologies, Inc. (Oklahoma City, OK) : Represented Stonebridge in an acquisition search to expand their growing nationwide IT consulting services business and the subsequent purchase of Tactics, Inc., a $25M/yr consulting firm.
Micro Computer Products (Houston, Tx): Represented GE Capital ITS in this acquisition of a $75M/yr computer reseller.
The Abacus Group, Inc. (New Orleans, LA): Represented Ameridata, a $1B NYSE public company, I provided M&A services in their acquisition of this $25M/yr computer products and services business.
Comanche County Telephone Company (Comanche, TX): Represented this $7M/yr rural telephone and cellular service provider which was sold to First American Communication Enterprise.
Direct Computer Corporation (Dallas, Texas): Represented Direct Computer, a $50M/yr computer and networking reseller, in the search for a strategic Buyer and negotiated a sale to The Future Now, a Nasdaq public company.
Dealers Choice Systems Corporation (Dallas, Texas): Representing Dealers Choice, a $10M/yr computer products distribution company, in their search for a strategic buyer and negotiated a sale to Daisytek, a Nasdaq public company.
Interprint Corporation (Plano, TX): Representing Interprint, a $14M/yr computer products distribution company, and negotiated a sale to a private equity firm.
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