Whitley Penn understands rapid-growth companies in high-opportunity industries. Our professionals have hands-on business experience working inside technology companies, and as an entrepreneurial firm ourselves, we understand the competitive forces that drive your business goals.
While smaller private technology companies may want accounting done on an income tax basis, your potential investors look for GAAP numbers; we can address both needs. Because the technology marketplace is borderless so far as income and profits are concerned, we are well-versed in U.S. and Canadian Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
Top-Notch Talent that is Well-Networked
We often introduce technology clients to bankers and potential investors and steer them toward successful growth strategies. At later growth stages we can help you with all the complex accounting and tax issues involved with joint ventures, acquisitions and public offerings. Whitley Penn represents more than 50 public companies, including several accelerated filers.
You can look to us to help your company build the relationships with investors, banks and other key stakeholders that give you the contacts that you need for growth. For entrepreneurs whose timeframe is to find a growth partner and exit the business in three to five years, we create the tax and valuation framework to help make it happen.
Entrepreneurial Viewpoint Means Fast Answers to Questions
Because your technology company is entrepreneurial and fast-moving, you don’t have time to wait for difficult questions to be passed up the chain of command at a large, bureaucratic firm. With Whitley Penn, the answer is just a phone call or email away.
Whitley Penn’s forensic, litigation, and valuation professionals and testifying experts have additional experience. This can be obtained by viewing their service descriptions and individual biographies.