To be held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, May 16 -18, 2017 at the Four Seasons Hotel.
SAN FRANCISCO–January 26, 2017–Atlas Technology Group (“Atlas”) is sponsoring a first-of-its kind conference intended to bring together global leaders in corporate development for the software, industrial and defense industries. Confirmed to attend already are representatives from Raytheon, Veritas, Synopsys and Netapp.
The event will be held May 16 -18, 2017 at the Four Seasons in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and will serve as an opportunity for attendees to discuss best practices with industry peers, as well as hear from the top private equity and tech-focused corporate development professionals in the world. The current list of speakers includes Brian Sheth, President of Vista Equity Partners ($25B PE fund); Joe Liemandt, billionaire CEO of Trilogy Software; David Brady, Stanford Professor and Hoover Fellow, and Jim Boeheim, head coach of the men’s basketball team at Syracuse University. In addition to this speaker lineup, Atlas partners will lead discussions on topics pertinent to global software M&A.
Attendees will also be offered opportunities for relationship building amongst industry peers via a series of fun and engaging offsite activities which include fly fishing, target shooting, yoga and whitewater rafting. You can request an invitation to the conference by emailing RSVP@Silhouettegroup.com.
About Atlas Technology Group
Established in 2010, Atlas Technology Group is the advisor of choice in global software M&A. Since 2013, Atlas has advised on 37 transactions. Based in San Francisco, Atlas leverages its deep software expertise and relationships with strategic acquirers globally. With more partners focused on software companies than any other investment banking firm, Atlas has advised on transactions ranging from $100 million to over a billion dollars. Each advisory assignment receives senior-level, hands-on attention, ensuring flawless deal execution and optimizing value for all clients. With the entire range of M&A capabilities, but specializing in sell side transactions, Atlas has advised clients on becoming acquired by companies including Oracle, Microsoft, GE, Dell, ABB, Nokia, eBay, The Carlyle Group and Thoma Bravo.