Investment Management Company

InSoft Partners specializes in IT businesses with a service business model. We buy a share of the equity, then get involved in business operations, contributing to exponential growth as well as assisting with M&A deals if necessary.

What we do
  • Invest in equity of service IT companies
  • Increase their business valuation
  • Scale the portfolio companies
  • Assist them with M&A deals
Our smart money
We involve in the operational processes of our portfolio companies and deliver all kinds of services to support their business growth:
  • strategy creation;
  • business processes optimization;
  • TOP team building (mentoring and hiring);
  • M&A (if necessary).
Who is our target
  • A company that is growing, but not fast enough.
  • A company that has been flat for several last years and does not know how to get to the next level.
For both these cases, the target companies need to have:
  1. Service business model, and
  2. Positive EBITDA, and
  3. Global distribution of their services.
How It Works
building relationships
2+ months
general Q&A
strategy session
1-3 days
in the office of target company
concept of cooperation
1+ months
value, valuation, responsibilities
trial period
4 months
with ability to terminate the deal
official deal
1 week
start of official cooperation
Our Projects History
in the Portfolio
Nov 2020 - at present

Trial period
Oct 2019 - Mar 2020
Merger of 3 companies
Jan 2022
Sale 100% of equity to UST
Apr 2021 - Jul 2021
Purchase 15% of equity
Dec 2021
Sale 25% of equity
Oct 2019 - Sep 2021
Foundation and business development
Oct 2021
Sale 22% of equity to UFuture
Aug 2019 - Oct 2019
Purchase 53% of equity
Oct 2019 - Mar 2020
Rollup into ITernal Group
Jan 2019 - Sep 2019
Purchase 70% of equity
Oct 2019 - Mar 2020
Rollup into ITernal Group
Jul 2018 - Oct 2018
Purchase 55% of equity
Oct 2019 - Mar 2020
Rollup into ITernal Group
M&A deal closed
Jul 2018 - Sep 2018
Sale 100% of equity to Apriorit
Apr 2016 - Sep 2016
Purchase 61% of equity
Feb 2019
Sale 81% of equity to OakTree Capital Management