Tim O'Reilly on increasing EBITDA by 4X, his M&A and integration process and the Software and Industrial Services industry
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Introduction to Tim
Tim O’Reilly is the Founding Chief Financial Officer of Frontier Service Partners and is a well known transformational leader in the sphere of trade and private equity organizations. Tim has served to help organizations set themselves up for long-term growth, becoming a beacon for companies to adapt to their respective markets. Aside from his multiple leadership roles across the industry, Tim also has a background for taking his MBA and Accounting undergrad course at the University of Central Florida.
What You Will Learn
New Solutions for Greater Returns to Investors
How to Set Your Businesses Long-Term
Technology and Software, as well as Industrial Service-Based Industry
[00:28] Introduction of Tim
[05:28] Mistakes and Solutions in PE
[10:31] Insights on Tech and Industrial Service-Based Industries
[18:50] Challenged and Success Encountered
[28:04] Integration of Multiple Organizations for Long-Term Growth
[37:52] Media Influences of Tim
[45:33] How to Reach Tim
[46:30] Attributes That Make a Top Performer
Technology and Industrial Service Sector
As a veteran in the industry, Tim shares his experience working for PE-backed organizations in the technology and industrial service-based industry. The industry is rapidly changing and the dynamics of customers and products often change overtime. Tim elaborates that these changes will not slow down and the companies in the industry need to adapt fast in order to project themselves long term with their partners.
The Long Road Ahead
Tim shares his strategy for companies in the tech and industrial service industry. The strategies he mentions are aimed towards setting up the companies for at least 3 to 5 years of growth. These include generating a thesis to market their products and services, getting the right people on board to establish the proper work culture, knowing your customers and partners to have a deeper understanding of the products you are selling, and having that creative mindset that could set you apart from your competitors and attract more investors.
Other Media References
Private Equity Playbook by Adam Coffey
The Exit Strategy Playbook by Adam Coffey
Seven Habit of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
The First 90 Days by Michael watkins
Capital Gains: Smart Things I learned by Doing Stupid Stuff by Chip Gains
Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow
How to Reach Tim
Tim’s Email: email@example.com
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