Business advice for the tech sector

When you want to launch, manage, grow or sell a business in the rapidly evolving technology industry, you need a sounding board you can trust.   

Image removed.At RSM, we have worked extensively with C-suite right through to small business owners in the tech space. Discover how our business and tax advisory can help you achieve your goals.

From innovative new platforms to service delivery and outsourced managed services, we understand the unique challenges and highly competitive landscape that emerging and established technology companies operate in.       

We offer a full suite of services including business advisory, tax, risk, technology advisory, audit, and more.




Image removed. Mathavan Parameswaran    
National Leader, Technology


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Key understandings of your business

Seeking Investors

Why assessing market potential is vital

Here’s what companies need to consider when looking for investment backers, and what is involved in a bottom-up approach to market analysis. 


To succeed in their markets and to gain financial backers, SaaS companies need to be much more than a solution in search of a problem.

Customer churn

What it is and how it affects tech companies

Acquiring new customers is one thing; retaining them is quite another!
Understanding the patterns of churn in your business and the reasons for it, as well as the trends within your industry, you will be in a better position to put effective strategies in place to limit it.


Key metrics in SaaS

and why they matter!

Various key metrics are used in subscription-model businesses like SaaS, such as ARR (Annual Recurring Revenue), MRR (Monthly Recurring Revenue), and the Rule of 40.

Here’s an overview of these metrics, and why they are important.

Customers– What are they worth, and what do they cost?

What are they worth, and what do they cost?

To create sustainable capital value in your business it's important to regularly assess your Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC) and compare it to your Customer Lifetime Value (CLV).

CAC consists of all the expenses incurred in acquiring new customers – such as advertising, marketing, sales staff salaries and other costs. This can often add up to a substantial amount. So unless your revenue from new subscribers is substantially more than your CAC, you’ll most likely be leaking money!

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