A $900 million publicly traded company retained VXG to perform due diligence and market analysis of a potential acquisition. The VXG team worked with the corporate development and technology teams utilizing internal templates and processes for a consistent presentation to the executive team.
VXG was retained to explore commercializing a university developed software application used by other academic institutions. The firm first developed a business plan then assisted the team with executing a marketing plan to test viability in the commercial market.
After using a “canned” financial modeling tool, an angel backed startup needed to develop a custom financial model to better understand the financial implications of its business strategy on the resources necessary to execute that strategy. VXG developed a modular custom Excel model which was built upon tangible metrics and drivers which would be used as part of its investor and partner package as well as for internal tracking.
VXG was retained by a company that had recently gone through an IPO to develop a strategic business plan for a new business concept tied to its core business. Rather than commit internal resources focused on growing the core business, the company utilized VXG to explore new opportunities.
VXG worked with a Fortune 500 telecommunications company over multiple years to complement the strategic planning team in exploring opportunities in an area where the company had limited experience and/or resources. Additionally, VXG also advised on various board level initiatives.