Operational Due Diligence

By offering clients a forward-looking operational analysis of a target company, Riveron helps companies find a clear path forward to realize post-acquisition operational enhancements.

Riveron provides a platform for assessing improvement potential in acquisition targets. Our holistic approach to operational due diligence considers the target’s people, processes and systems to gain insight into how all functional areas may affect future EBITDA and cash flow considerations. Riveron provides pre-deal information that enables our clients to make more informed purchase decisions and immediately focus post-close activities on the most impactful value drivers.

Our operational due diligence offerings include:

  • Operational assessment
  • Revenue, cost and cash improvement identification
  • Improvement recommendations prioritization
  • Future state roadmap development and implementation

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