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Date: Sun, 15 May 2005 16:39:31 -0400
Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Business
To: Ruben Safir
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This is me...
On Sunday 15 May 2005 05:22 pm, Ruben Safir wrote:
> Serge, is this you?
> On Sun, May 15, 2005 at 11:04:19AM -0400, swd wrote:
> > To Whom It May Concern,
> > I am interested in talking to people interested in buying a document
> > management system/software development business. I know of one based in
> > Florida. It has 2 owners/managers and about 100 clients including the
> > Dept. of Defense. One owner is the salesguy - in Florida. The other is
> > the chief technologist based in the North East. All the development is
> > out-sourced - but only in America!!!!
> > There is huge potential here. For instance, capture Sarbanes - Oxley Act
> > compliance business. This outfit does not do this this yet!!!
> > I am looking to form a limited liability corporation to buy this
> > existing business, build it up, and sell it. I want to move the home
> > office to Brooklyn. They currently make $1,000,000 per year in sales and
> > maintenance agreements. They were offered $300,000 but they wanted $2.2
> > million, so they pulled the business off the market.
> > Monday, I am going to sign a non-disclosure agreement to find out more
> > about this business. The owners want to stay on and continue to build the
> > business. I am going to offer $500,000. I can put up at least $50,000.
> > We'll get silent partners for the rest.
> > I need non-silent partners. I need developers/sales-thinkers who have
> > money to invest and want to make more money by building this business to
> > eventually sell to Novell, M$crosoft, Dell, IBM, or whom ever. I/We would
> > also like developers/sales-thinkers who don't have any money but would be
> > willing to work for a salary and a piece of the business. The whole point
> > is to build up the business and sell it.
> > About me:
> > I currently work as a consultant at SIAC (the technology side of the
> > NYSE) in downtown, beautiful Brooklyn. The NYSE is going through radical
> > changes and my job is very tenuous. SIAC works for the NYSE Specialists
> > and the role of the Specilaists is very, truly disappearing - and, of
> > course, the role of SIAC. By the way, automating stock transactions is
> > another business potential.
> > Please contact me if interested.
> > My email: sderrick-at-optonline.net
> > Thank you for your time.