Technology

A Strategic Business Partner

Helping technology companies succeed requires deep industry experience and a strong commitment to providing timely, value-added services that go beyond the basics. Along with proactive communication, that's exactly what we bring to our technology clients and their management teams.

We offer an integrated mix of compliance and value-added services to help companies improve operations, prepare for the future, and capitalize on opportunities. With Moss Adams, technology companies have a business partner with the expertise to help them:

  • Enter international markets
  • Effectively manage global tax rates
  • Prepare for liquidity events and an IPO
  • Report on sustainability efforts
  • Work with capital markets
  • Complete transactions
  • Bring new products to market
  • Establish key accounting and financial reporting policies
  • Design and implement effective internal controls and procedures

Who We Serve

We serve emerging, institutionally backed start-ups, multinational public enterprises, and everything in between. And our clients come from all parts of the technology industry, including:

  • Software and services
  • Fintech
  • Digital media
  • Advertising and marketing media
  • Gaming and entertainment
  • Internet services
  • Hardware and devices

Technology Guides

Technology companies face unique business challenges and opportunities throughout various stages of growth. Some of the most pressing topics that affect nearly every tech company are listed below as part of our Technology Guide series: understanding why SOC is important, state and local tax complications, constant cybersecurity threats, the application of R&D credits, and overseas expansion, among others.

Insights


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Effective pretransition preparation can improve the conditions of a sale and help owners and executives meet personal and professional goals.

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Interstate vendors are subject to tax laws in each state where they sell goods or services following the US Supreme Court’s Wayfair ruling.

Webcast
The new lease accounting standard will directly affect how technology and life sciences companies operate—potentially changing lease classifications and impacting compliance and performance ratios. Implementing the standard, which goes into effect for public business entities on December 15, 2018, and on December 15, 2019, for all other entities, will require significant time and energy. Join us for a webcast addressing what the new standard could mean for your business.

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Adequately preparing for due diligence can help position your company for better negotiations, higher valuations, and stronger outcomes.

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Learn how proactive tax planning can help technology companies protect their value before starting due diligence.

Webcast
Every technology and life science company will potentially be affected by the new revenue recognition requirements of the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s Accounting Standards Codification® Topic 606. Please join us to learn how the new standard will potentially impact your company.

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