Walther Transaction are experts in technology, hardware, software and services to ensure our clients stay strong and via business development at the edge of innovation in their industry.
Our cross border transaction team experience with more than 60 transactions includes the transition to digital, having advised clients end to end in security software, IT hardware, business process outsourcing and more.
In order to fill product portfolio technology gaps, expand revenue streams or geographical market presence we accompany you in building out your strategic intent, identifying opportunities, and acting as your negotiation partner in harmony with local conditions, effectively and sustainably. We also support realized value creation with post-acquisition integration planning and support.
Moneshia has an inspiring personality and deep experience in challenging positions, including Strategy, M&A and Consulting.
Karen Hitschke, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer Yunus Social Business
International transactions are complex and are best executed with experienced advisors. Moneshia has the skills and experience to be a valuable partner in this process.
Michael Loria, EVP Corporate Development & Strategy, Brightcove
Market leadership in the field of inventory management systems through several acquisitions
The team around Mark Walther accompanied the current market leader of inventory management systems for pharmacies and drugstores for several years. This company designs, programs and distributes the inventory management systems with the corresponding hardware.
In order to develop the business field, three acquisitions were made in the beginning. At a later stage, there was a merger with a market participant and an additional acquisition. In most cases Walther Transaction also supported the post-acquisition integration.
New business model for financial security software
Keeping pace with technology trends and business models in hardware and software are fundamental to our client strategic objectives. In the last decade, keeping pace with data security and fraud are an increasing challenge as business evolves towards digitalization. Companies must employ several strategies that cover web fraud protection and enterprise security, while enabling secure transactions for business to consumer endpoints that can also be delivered via a SaaS infrastructure.
Moneshia zu Eltz negotiated the purchase and retention agreements, transition agreements and minority divestiture agreements, necessary for IBM and Trusteer to integrate leading advanced software security to capture a rapidly growing opportunity in financial services with an attractive subscription service model, building on target standalone business continuity of 42% to achieve expected returns.