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Due Diligence Services

Get qualified due Diligence as a service to meet your needs. We'll identify transaction risks by analyzing financial performance about the quality of reported earnings.

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«We now have a core team of engineers at Relevant who work for us full-time and are supplemented by 4 or 5 engineers with different skillsets when and if required.»

Paul Carse
CTO and Co-founder of Life Moments

“Working with you guys has been fantastic. The level of expertise of your development team is as good as the people that we get in the UK. You’ve got a fantastic talent base of programmers. It’s more challenging to find people of that quality in the UK.”

Cassian Harrison
Co-founder of Splink Industries and My Theory Test App by James May
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Identifying industry and deal-specific risks

Evaluating the Quality of Earnings and Cash Lows

Check how sustainable are your financial indicators with Diligence services. Confirm that you are getting what you think you are getting before dealing with another company.

Identify Hidden Costs

Learn about some costs you should plan for when starting or running a business and how to find out about costs, like rent and equipment in a specific industry, with Due Diligence services.

Identify Tax Exposures

We found that identifying any potential tax risks can significantly impact the enterprise's market value and is an essential element. That’s how business Due Diligence services work.

Identify Issues that Affect the Purchase Price

The purpose of Due Diligence services is to determine the current financial condition of the facility and whether the profits are stable. These steps help ensure justification for the purchase price.

We also provide:
  • • Data analytics services
  • • Software consulting services
  • • Enterprise software development
  • • MPV development
  • • Bespoke software development
  • • AI&ML development
  • • Security operations services
  • • Team extension
  • • Cloud development & consulting services
  • • Business data and advanced analytics
  • • IT staff augmentation
  • • IT outstaffing

Why is Relevant a good choice for Due Diligence services?

01

Agile methodology

Agile methodology allows the Relevant team to cope with complex projects and provide thoughtful and high-quality business Due Diligence services.

02

Dedicated project manager

By working with Relevant, you won't get just Due Diligence services; you will get professionals who clearly control every Diligence service process.

03

80% employee retention rate

Experienced team leaders, well-structured teamwork, and work on interesting projects allow Relevant to create stable conditions for its workforce.

04

9/10 client satisfaction score

Relevant offers great solutions such as quality and efficiency to our clients. And they are happy to hire us for business Due Diligence services.

05

92% of senior and middle engineers

The Relevant team has experienced professionals in different industries and techniques, which ensures fast and high-quality Due Diligence services.

06

Risk handling

Diligence services aren't just a process. We are constantly improving risk management methods and tools to provide quality services to every client.

Success cases

Svenn
Reducing paperwork for construction companies
Construction
Norway
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OnLadder
Equity loan tracking and payment platform
Fintech
UK
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DagoStyle
Modernizing the manufacturing line with IoT and custom software
Ukraine
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FAQ

What is Due Diligence as a service?

Due Diligence as a service is the process that assesses the risk and reward of a potential deal. It can include the acquisition or sale of a company, a merger with another company, or the disposal of assets through divestment. The information gathered during the Due Diligence service should provide a detailed picture of the target company's position and ensure that all facts are known before the transaction is agreed upon.

Due Diligence as a service also involves examining and discussing financial, operational, and legal factors, including environmental, diversity, and inclusion factors.

When is Diligence as a service required?

Due Diligence is required after an agreement has been done in principle, but before any contracts are signed or the deal is completed. The results of the Due Diligence services period should determine whether the deal can go ahead as planned, whether any negotiations need to be renegotiated first, or whether the deal should be canceled.

What are the principles of Due Diligence as a service?

Due Diligence as a service has several essential principles. It includes different responsibilities, like:

  • Consistency between the framework and the guidelines
  • Compliance with international human rights law
  • Justified based on policy
How to prepare for Due diligence?

As a supplier, we take our Due Diligence services seriously and prevent as many potential problems as possible. A dry test, courtesy of a proven consultant, will put the business under the microscope in a much more favorable environment than a real-life scenario where every mistake, omission, or surprise is potentially money out of the supplier's pocket. But for those who prefer more hands-on training, consider these three ideas:

Be objective. Look at your business from the buyer's point of view and be prepared to identify any apparent flaws.

Centralize your information. Having all documentation and information in one central repository makes the Due Diligence service smoother.

Check for signatures. Outdated or unauthorized contracts are essentially worthless for Due Diligence, especially if they are to be transferred to a new owner.

How long does Due Diligence service take?

During Due Diligence services, we collect financial, operational, and legal documentation and information that helps us better understand your business, confirm our proposed valuation, provide legal documentation for the deal, and plan your business's integration with Relevant Software. Business Due Diligence services have both quantitative and qualitative aspects and can take 6 to 12 weeks, depending on the complexity and size of the business. Although all processes are different, gathering information and responding to inquiries takes a long time while you continue to do business. It's not easy, but it's part of any sales process, and it's worth the effort to achieve a successful closing.

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