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Our cooperation with Cape of Good Code in the area of software and technology due diligence

As of 1.5.2022, our consulting unit has signed a cooperation agreement with Cape of Good Code GmbH for the joint execution of software and technology due diligence services for M&A transactions. The aim of the cooperation is to use the DETANGLE analysis software developed by Cape of Good Code in digatus’ IT M&A business area. The growing demand for technology/software due diligence in M&A deals shows the increasing importance of software for the valuation and sustainable success in the acquisition of software-dependent business models.

With the use of DETANGLE, we can analyze and evaluate hidden risks in the source code in a tool-supported manner in addition to the existing approach in more detail. In addition, DETANGLE can also make risks in software engineering processes visible. Supplemented by the experience and expertise of our consultants, the analyses are comprehensibly prepared for the client and support his decision-making.

We are looking forward to working with the Cape of Good Code team around Egon Wuchner and are convinced that this step will add an important component to our M&A service portfolio!

Carl-Friedrich Heintz

With digatus, Cape of Good Code has found a powerful partner in the M&A consulting market. We are convinced that our DETANGLE software analysis suite will enable digatus to add new value to its service portfolio.

Egon Wuchner

About digatus: digatus it consulting GmbH is part of the digatus Group, a leading provider of IT consulting and services based in Munich with offices in Germany, Poland and South Africa. With over 110 employees, digatus has been successful in the market for eight years now. Its clients include investors and private equity funds, as well as medium-sized companies and corporations from the DAX40 and other European countries and North America.

About Cape of Good Code: Cape of Good Code GmbH is a leading specialist for the analysis of code and architecture quality in software. The state of the art DETANGLE software analysis suite has been successfully used for quality and risk analysis of complex software solutions. Cape of Good Code counts start-ups, investors, software service providers as well as purchasing and R&D departments among its customers.

Carl-Friedrich Heintz

Carl-Friedrich Heintz
As a co-founder and partner, he is instrumental in driving our development, especially in the focus areas of M&A activities as well as in the development of our portfolio. He successfully applies his 15 years of experience in the IT environment in customer projects with a focus on M&A IT and Industry 4.0 topics, as well as in the scouting of new technologies and business models.

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