INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IT INDUSTRY Latin America Teaser prepared by: N New York Commercial Office, Inc. C O N F I D E N T I A L C O N F I D E N T I A L
CIS Corporate S.A. de C.V. Sales: $10M to $25M Employees: 130 plus freelancers Headquarters: Mexico DF Main Operations: Mexico, Brazil, USA, Columbia and Spain Activity: IT Consulting - IT Solutions Developer Partners: Oracle, Informatica, SAP, Cognos, BO Established: 1990 Website: www.ciscorporate.com
Summary: CIS Corporate is a Mexican IT company in business since 1990. The company’s founder and main stockholder (85% share) is Mr. Christopher May, a British citizen with a successful long track record in the industry. The company has 130 employees plus freelancers to engage in each project. All consultants are fully certified. CIS Corporate core areas of expertise include: Enterprise Performance Management, Financial Consolidation, Statutory Reporting (GAAP, IFRS), Planning and Budgeting Systems, Business Intelligence, Costing and Profitability Systems and Balanced Scorecard. The founder is looking to sell a controlling package of shares or to establish a joint-venture including a purchase option, with an established and consolidated international IT firm with a solid presence and growing operation in Latin America that will provide the basis for continuous future development and expansion. As well, Mr. May is looking for a partner that may provide a significant boost in management performance and support the company’s growth. This is an outstanding opportunity for any firm looking to expand operations in those markets where CIS has presence while getting a proven and solid team for immediate delivery.
Closing Statement: This is a unique investment opportunity for a consolidated IT company looking to expand operations in those markets where CIS Corporate has an established presence. Moreover, with a developed client base and an experienced consulting team, CIS Corporate will provide for an immediate boost in the operations of the acquiring party with reduced working capital (K) requirements. A merge will also allow to cut operating costs and therefore, increasing results at the bottom line. An attractive ROI in the short term is very probable as the stock price is now reflecting the downturn in the economy during 2009.