Business Valuation

Easily determine what your customer's company is worth. Now and in the future.

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Determine the value of a company

The Fyndoo Business Valuation module enables you to easily determine the value of your client's business. Now and in the future. This is important, whether the transaction is a merger, an investment, a management buy-out or a management buy-in. After all, your client wants to enter the negotiations full of confidence. Business valuation is a powerful and user-friendly tool that helps you arrive at the right valuation. You choose the desired valuation method: Discounted Cash Flow, Adjust Present Value, the Multiple method or the Venture Capital method. The easy-to-use tool then calculates the value of the company, but also immediately makes a prognosis for the future. And both are equally valuable.

This is what makes this module unique:
  • Helps to make an informed decision about whether and how to participate in a company.
  • The wizard is easy to use and allows you to work quickly.
  • Helps to manage for value creation and return on investment.
  • Provides quick insight into the impact of changing policy on the value development of the company.
  • Helps to prepare thoroughly for the exit from a shareholding or the sale of a company.
  • Seamless integration between forecasting and calculating value.
  • Involves continuous value monitoring.

Valuation methods

Discover the different valuation methods within Fyndoo Advise.

DCF: Discounted Cash Flow

DCF: Discounted Cash Flow

With this method, the future value of cash flows is decisive. A worked out scenario for a few years and a going concern assumption for the period thereafter. Taking into account the time value of money, but also expected events.
APV: Adjust Present Value

APV: Adjust Present Value

APV is similar to DCF. However, the APV method is more informative because it makes the value of the tax benefit in debt financing clear and comprehensible as a separate component.
VC: Venture capital methode

VC: Venture capital methode

The VC method uses the APV and multiple valuation techniques to calculate the benefits for the investor. The minimum expected return is also leading in the determination of the value.
Multiple methode

Multiple methode

Look and compare with other companies. Value is linked to various elements from the annual accounts such as profit and turnover. This valuation is mainly used in more mature companies.

Modules

Discover the other modules as well. They provide optimal support for every client.

Analyze

Analyze

Analyze enables you to read and analyze past financial data of your client. Helping you to gain swift insight on how to improve their financial performance. 
Credit application

Credit application

Credit application enables you to swiftly and easily generate a financing application. There is a vast range of lenders for every financing proposition. 
Forecast

Forecast

In Forecast you build solid financial scenarios which highlight the consequences of your client’s choices. 
Rating

Rating

Rating provides a quick insight into the credit worthiness of your client through the eyes of a lender.  
Insight

Insight

Insight helps you to analyze the financial impact of your client’s choices in collaboration with your client. Thanks to the clear graphical dashboard, your client gains clear and understandable insight into the financial situation of his or her company. 
Pre-scan

Pre-scan

With pre-scan you determine the financeability of a company based on only a few financial numbers. The Fyndoo score is a score from 1 to 10, which gives an estimate of the success rate of a financing application for a company. 
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