The Financial and Strategic Advisors, Madison Street Capital

As experts in financial matters in business, Madison Street Capital has been in business since 2005. In its services, they provide corporate advice, business valuation, give opinions on finances of middle-market companies and financial reporting. The company has majorly focused on the middle market investments. Since its conception, they have tried hard to be unique to every client and make a very careful analysis that will finally come up with a definite recommendation.

 

Madison Street Capital reputation on mergers and acquisitions are very accurate. First of all, they give the value of the company, and this factor will determine whether the interested party will be able to go for it. They will be in a position to know if it has the potential to give future opportunities from its current state.

 

With their advice serving the DCG Software Value, a global venture that provides point analysis, estimation of software services, software cost management as it gets into merging with The Spitfire Group that consults on technology based in Denver.

 

Charles Botchway was the one who announced the ongoing transactions. He is the CEO of MSC. More information was withheld because it has not been finalized. Charles said that both companies were led by leaders who are proactive and experienced one of them being Mike Harris. Mike is the head of DCG Software Value and then the other company, Spitwire is led by Mark Richtermeyer who is also exceptional.

 

During the engagement and valuing of the company, Jay Rodgers who led the MSC team gave the best analysis and insights on the software company. More software companies have to be valued so that they know the state of their businesses as they work to step up and climb the ladder.

 

The Madison Street Capital like doing business with integrity, excellence and are committed to giving honest advice that does not favor any sides. They have an excellent leadership who are meticulous and ready to serve clients at all times. Corporate financial advisory services, advice on merging and taking over other businesses, opinions on financial status, business valuation has been made simple in the private and public companies.

 

Clients are treated specially, and their goals are taken over by the values so that the correct, accurate information is extracted for them to make decisions that are not going to be detrimental going forward. They can merge, raise capital and focus more on getting other emerging markets hence success in their businesses.

 

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Tony Petrello guides Nabors Industries with brilliant strategic vision

Nabors Industries has become the single largest operator of land drilling assets in the United States today. But it wasn’t always that way. Nabors Industries went through an era of stagnation that lasted throughout the entire decades of the ‘70s and ‘80s. It was not until new management was brought in, after the company had gone through a chapter 11 bankruptcy and nearly lost everything, that the company began to turn its fortunes around.

No one was more instrumental in the turnaround then Tony Petrello, the company’s CEO, who has been on board with Nabors Industries in one executive role or another since 1991. Under Petrello’s strategic leadership, a new vision was formulated and implemented. Petrello saw the enormous potential in the vast reserves of North American shale oil. But until that time, the oil contain within these reserves, such as the Bakken Shale formation of North Dakota, was viewed as being too difficult to extract and not economically viable.

Petrello set out to change that. He began pouring resources into researching and developing the most high-tech and cutting-edge directional drilling equipment that the world has ever seen. Many at the time thought that this was a risky bet. They did not understand the enormous potential that lay just beneath the ground throughout much of North America and Northern Canada in the form of hard oil deposits.

But the plan paid off handsomely. By the mid 2000s, Nabors Industries was the go-to provider for all directional drilling equipment within the United States. This led them to become the premier provider of the technology that was required to extract the shale deposits in a way that made economic sense. With a near-monopoly on directional drilling equipment being provided to the North American drilling operations at land-based sites, Nabors Industries was generating more revenue and more business than it had ever seen in its entire history.