Thoma Bravo's Behind the Deal is back with Season Two. In our first season we ranked in the top 10 on Apple Podcasts in Business Management, and this season we've got even more inside stories behind the deals that have helped make Thoma Bravo the world's largest tech buyout firm.
Because you [inaudible 00:00:26] 300 million in revenue when we bought J.D. Power. Today we're approaching 900 million.
Yeah, how'd you pull that off?
Well, you guys were helpful. Thank you.
Thoma Bravo has acquired or invested in close to 500 companies, representing over 250 billion in enterprise value. This season on Behind the Deal we'll tell you just how we do it.
In each episode we'll dig into our approach to partnering with exceptional software and technology companies as we lead a new era of private equity investing. You'll hear the stories behind some major acquisitions, like ConnectWise and Telus and J.D. Power.
Thoma Bravo is a case study on creativity. Creativity in investing and creativity in operations.
We sit down with C-suite executives and get into the details of what a deal looks like from their side of the table.
We cemented the deal right there in the cab of my F-150, and the rest is history.
Last season we discovered that there's more good stories than we can fit in one episode, so this season we'll go beyond the deal with bonus episodes that go deeper behind the scenes with our portfolio company executives.
We partner with great technology businesses to help them do even greater things, and we're excited to share our lessons, challenges and wins in working with some of today's top companies. Tune in to Thoma Bravo's Behind the Deal on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube or wherever you listen.
Certain statements about Thoma Bravo made by portfolio company executives are intended to illustrate Thoma Bravo's business relationship with such persons rather than Thoma Bravo's capabilities or expertise with respect to investment advisory services. Portfolio company executives were not compensated in connection with their podcast participation, although they generally receive compensation and investment opportunities in connection with their portfolio company roles, and in certain cases are also owners of portfolio company securities and/or investors in Thoma Bravo funds. Such compensation and investments subject podcast participants to potential conflicts of interest.