Archive for Author: Jill Palmer

Dec 13, 2017

Alexa – What Is The Future of Healthcare M&A? Our December HIT Market Update

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Dear Clients and Friends, Please click here for our December HIT Market Update. Some companies engage in M&A to achieve synergies or diversification, while others aim for growth or to eliminate the competition. History is full of examples of horizontal tie-ups amongst  providers, insurers or pharmaceuticals. In the new era of healthcare, however, M&A is all about survival. Our industry is struggling to find new ways to capture and keep customers before some other new world interlopers – like Amazon or Walmart – find a way to take them away from you. The pending acquisition of Aetna by CVS is a…

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Nov 16, 2017

Marlin & Associates wins “Professional Services (B-to-B) Deal of the Year Award” from The M&A Advisor

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Pleased to announce that this week, The M&A Advisor, a conference producer and newsletter publisher serving the middle-market finance industry, recognized us as the winner of the “Professional Services (B-to-B) Deal of the Year Award” (Over $100MM) for advising BillingTree, the leading provider of integrated payment solutions to the healthcare and financial services industries in a majority recapitalization led by Parthenon Capital Partners in partnership with BillingTree’s senior management team. We are always pleased when our hard work is recognized by our peers. Please find more of our awards here.

Aug 22, 2017

Is Big Data A Weapon That Has Changed Our World Forever? Our August 2017 Enterprise Data and Analytics Update

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Dear Clients and Friends, The report found here covers m&a trends, values and deals in the four segments of the Enterprise Data and Analytics sector that we follow and sometimes lead. Please click here for our August Enterprise Data and Analytics Update. We often talk about game-changing tools that confer a competitive advantage. Sometimes we use the term “weapon”. In the case of Big Data, the latter terminology may well be most apt. Not all weapons change the game; but some do. In the late 15th century, it was guns. Suddenly, those fighting with knives, swords, shields or even bows…

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