Making the right decisions on financings and M&A is crucial to realizing the value of your hard work and investment in a startup.
Before you shake hands on a deal, you need to see all the angles. Valuative’s accurate analyses—backed by our track record on real deals worth millions—spell out the financial impact of different terms and exit scenarios, empowering you to make crucial decisions quickly and with confidence.
Better yet, we give you back the hours you’d spend building spreadsheets, so you can focus on what matters: growing your business.
Valuative helps you understand the true economics around the table as you consider term sheets and acquisition offers. In short: Who makes how much? And how?
Valuative lets you build models using meaningful, real-world terms like Convertible Debt or Preferred Stock, instead of abstract and convoluted formulas.
Simply choose the securities in your capital structure and set their terms to match the legal documents.
Our users have generated dozens of alternative scenarios, tried various terms and valuations, and made the right call. And in less time than it takes to build just the “base case” in a spreadsheet.
Sure, you could build a model from scratch, or modify an existing template to save a few steps. But why spend hours when you could spend minutes?
How does one term sheet compare to another, or to an M&A exit? Which is preferable, a higher valuation or simpler terms? What if the company raises another round?
Valuative makes creating and comparing alternatives a snap.
Spreadsheet templates can be brittle. Move one cell, and it’s nothing but
#REF!s everywhere. Worse yet, most handle only typical cases, which is the easy stuff.
Valuative removes these limits and gives you the flexibility to match your unique situation—without compromising on simplicity or ease-of-use.
Our valuation engine’s accuracy has been verified on real deals and through extensive testing. And you can harness its power without entering a single formula.
With Valuative’s point-and-click interface, anyone can build expert-level models. Excel gurus (you know who you are) can tackle dozens of complex scenarios in minutes instead of hours.