Technical Due Diligence
MVS provides science and technology evaluations and technical due diligence for individuals, companies and government in the biotech, chemistry, medical device, pharmaceutical, environmental, materials sciences and related industries.
MVS has the qualified experience to provide you with a reliable, objective evaluation of your business or technology concern. MVS' highly qualified personnel combined with its access to the finest university libraries provides you with the timely and critical input that you require for informed decision making. We utilize a national framework of world-class services and technical support. Our familiarity and credibility with universities, technical resources, financial institutions and potential strategic partners results in faster project turnaround and competitive fee structures.
MVS recognizes the need for flexibility in today's fast paced world. Our customized service approach to technology evaluation and due diligence ranges from simple phone calls, emails and faxes to verify and resolve your concerns and questions to a more complex and timely evaluation process depending upon your particular need and timeframe.
MVS's technology evaluations, due diligence efforts, and independent director and advisor services are spearheaded by Dr. Louis M. Scarmoutzos.Contact Us
Due diligence is a process that critically reviews and analyzes the financial, management and operational conditions of a company, agency or project. This conventional due diligence process usually focuses on the financial and business aspects of a company or project and is most often applied in the evaluation of a potential investment, merger or acquisition. In the conventional due diligence process, very little effort is devoted to a critical assessment of the science and technology associated with the enterprise.
A critical assessment of the underlying science and technology is an essential first ingredient for informed decision making by those involved with science and technology-based enterprises and projects. Questions to be addressed include: Will this technology work? Is it practical and effective? Is the technology grounded in sound science? Is the process scaleable and commercializable? What are its strengths and weaknesses? Is this really a unique and proprietary technology?
Technical due diligence provides an independent, third party assessment of the underlying science and technology associated with new and emerging enterprises and projects.
Individuals and organizations who benefit from technical due diligence include investors, researchers, entrepreneurs, corporate investment and funding groups, venture capitalists, investment bankers, corporate merger and acquisition teams, agencies and companies evaluating internal R&D and technology development, as well as lawyers and other professionals who have disclosure obligations.
Technical due diligence benefits with MVS include:
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