In business for twenty years, CAP Resources is the gold standard in Strategy and Business Development consulting. We are based in Houston, Texas with deep expertise in energy, environment & water, change management and mobility, and aggressive growth and M&A. We bring experience stemming from 600 successful project implementations, and over $3 Billion in recent M&A transaction support services. In 2014, we expanded our capabilities to include digital transformation strategies, mobility business case development, and mobility change management and process integration.
Whether you need fast-turn, strategic execution done objectively and independently, or help in moving internal teams towards the goal post, we are there for you. Our approach is built around teamwork, trust, and close collaboration with our clients. Our longevity stems from a consistent track record of successful project execution including internal growth initiatives, and fast-track strategy development and M&A execution.
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Years in Business
Fast Tech Fifty Winner
Strategic Business Development
We guide strategic growth initiatives for new business units and product lines of established organizations, new and emerging companies, and technology start-ups. Together with our clients teams, we generate clear, compelling, and actionable business strategies.
Mergers & Acquisitions Support
CAP Resources works with professional investment groups and service and operations companies to keep a balance between deal flow, technology vetting, due diligence, guidance and growth of portfolio companies, and business development for optimal exit/liquidity objectives.
Mobilization & Digital Transformation
We recognize the challenges associated with leveraging familiar legacy systems, and more nimble rapidly evolving mobile devices that can be used anywhere and anytime. Effective change management, and rational integration are each essential to digital transformation with tangible ROIs.
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