As a result of a number of major successes during the summer of 2005, Mpower1 are pleased to announce an expansion of the type of IT companies that can be considered for partnering. With immediate effect and in addition to highly successful companies and companies looking for regional or international expansion, Mpower1 are now beginning to identify companies that own the IPR in computer software that have stagnated, are in trouble or are nearing administration and could benefit from Mpower1’s services.
When a company needs to grow, has stalled or needs to expand into new markets but does not have the management or financial capacity to achieve these objectives within an acceptable timeframe Mpower1 has offered an attractive and serious alternative. The traditional solution is to approach Venture Capitalists and Bankers, to appoint third party representation that will in turn "own" a portion of the companies market or simply not to proceed and potentially fail. Partnering with Mpower1 has allowed companies to achieve these objectives without the market fragmentation or debt spiral that many companies can get themselves into. Mpower1 invests management, infrastructure and sales efforts in software companies it believes can grow with its help and works on a success basis, if Mpower1 does not achieve pre-agreed objectives then equity and the investment are passed back to the original owners without cost or penalty.
In all cases, the objective is to realise incremental value from companies where previously, for whatever reason, it could not be realised, through an often sought but rarely achieved "win-win" scenario.
Mpower1 offers a unique alternative solution, establishing flexible ventures with qualifying software companies, creating regional subsidiaries and in some cases acquiring part or all of the share capital while allowing the original owners to maintain equity or a pre-agreed buy back. The experience and extensive global network of Mpower1 provide an advantage to companies that need to move forward and reduce the risks inherent in all other options.
Mpower1 is not a venture capitalist and will not invest time or capital unless they are also able to directly manage and control the joint venture or operation, in order to ensure that the required growth is achieved, that they establish with their partners.
As can be seen on the Mpower1.com website, Mpower1 has a proven track record of partnering with highly successful companies looking for growth in new regions or markets and companies that had stalled and needed the often talked about "jump start" to the business. Now, Mpower1 can also prove to be a lifeline for companies nearing or in liquidation as well as investment groups specifically benefiting, from Mpower1 being able to help realise value from a challenged investment that was losing value.
Please review the Mpower1 website for further information and to see how Mpower1 can develop a win-win strategy for software companies.