In Depth
 

Home
Up

In Depth Due Diligence

In Depth Due Diligence - Look For Warning SignsTo take the due diligence process to the next step we start with our basic due diligence process and add both depth and content.  We interview.  We do more research.  We probe and prod.  This is a time intensive process and when we're done you'll probably know more about the prospect than they do about themselves.

ITI in depth due diligence review Includes:

bullet

All items from basic due diligence package

bullet

In depth interviews with up to ten team members, customers, references, industry experts, etc. (you supply list and contact info, we do the rest).

bullet

Public comparable valuation analysis based upon public companies in same industry tracking group.  Normally this includes at least 8 to 10 companies, their revenue, earnings, PE, stock price, market capitalization, etc. plus some valuation weighting to approximate the market value of the prospect.

bullet

Electronic format due diligence report including summary plus Internet links and/or references to original source materials for further follow up, interview reports and industry comparable analysis. 

Turnaround for a typical in depth due diligence report is two weeks to four weeks, depending upon our work load; rush service may be available.  Please go to our getting started page now for rate estimates and for information on how to schedule your in depth business due diligence.

Important Note:  ITI standard due diligence reports provide publicly available information on business and market data; our standard reports do not provide legal opinions, legal advice or any information which is proprietary.  Legal due diligence wherein contracts, leases, employment agreements, etc. are reviewed in detail for their legal implications is another dimension of the total due diligence process and should be undertaken by competent legal personnel.  ITI has experienced legal counsel available to assist in this type of due diligence upon request.