SOFTWARE DEAL VOLUME AND VALUE BOTH ON THE RISE

Berkery Noyes’ Software report for Q1 2017 showed that transaction volume experienced a 16 percent gain over the past three months, with a total of 528 acquisitions in Q1 2017. Overall value rose 75 percent, from $29.4 billion to $51.4 billion. The number of deals throughout the past five quarters reached its peak in Q2… View Article

FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY DEAL VALUE DRIVEN BY THE CAPITAL MARKETS SEGMENT

Berkery Noyes’ Financial Technology report for full year 2016 showed that transaction volume remained about constant on a year-to-year basis. Aggregate value decreased 26 percent, from $65.29 billion to $48.41 billion. Relative to 2014, volume improved 15 percent and value gained 72 percent. M&A volume in the Capital Markets segment, after rising 43 percent in… View Article

E-COMMERCE TRANSACTION VOLUME RISES IN THE ONLINE & MOBILE INDUSTRY

According to Berkery Noyes’ Online and Mobile report for full year 2016, volume saw a one percent uptick on a year-to-year basis, totaling 2,874 transactions in 2016. Aggregate deal value gained 12 percent, from $157.99 billion to $177.35 billion. The number of acquisitions in the consumer mobile application subsector remained about constant from 2015 to… View Article

TRANSACTION VALUE SURGES IN THE MEDIA & MARKETING INDUSTRY

Berkery Noyes’ Media and Marketing report for full year 2016 showed that deal volume declined five percent on a year-to-year basis. Aggregate value more than doubled, from $105.67 billion to $272.17 billion. The rise in value was due in major part to AT&T’s announced acquisition of Time Warner for $105.27 billion, or $85.4 billion if net… View Article