Issue 17, July 2011
Welcome to the seventeenth edition of Private Matters
In the second of his articles on the IT sourcing lifecycle, Deloitte Private’s Technology Advisory Director Paul Engelman looks at vendor selection and how to get it right the first time.
Also in this issue, The Switzer Market Review is thankful for the Greek austerity measures while Deloitte Private Partner Craig Holland gives his invaluable thoughts on ATO audits.
David Tyrrell advises on selling your business; Online Leader Frank Farrall discusses the latest ways to engage with customer; and Austin Scott casts an eye over the SME market and the cautious return of Private Equity.
Deloitte Private has strong local knowledge as well as access to global networks to help us best advise and service Australian private business. We hope you find these exclusive articles useful to your business this year.
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Private Matters, Issue 17
|The Switzer Market Review
Greek austerity measures on the money. Read more
|Vendor selection – getting it right the first time
In the second of his articles on the IT sourcing lifecycle, Deloitte Private’s Technology Advisory Director Paul Engelman looks at vendor evaluation and selection. Read more
|Don’t go it alone at the ATO
Tax matters are mostly neither black nor white - hopefully more a discussable greyish hue of grey. Read more
|Up for sale? Commitment and preparation are first and foremost
Selling a business is rarely a simple transaction, for good reason. Read more
|Apps and Innovation: New ways to engage with customers
App designers and other new platform developers must put themselves in the shoes of the user says Deloitte’s Online Leader. Read more
|SMEs and the cautious return of Private Equity
A recent article in smartcompany.com.au flagged the possible returning appetite of Private Equity (PE) for acquisitions particularly in the SME sector after a prolonged GFC hiatus. Read more