Trilennium intends to implement its proven Competency – Market – Relationship (“CMR”) methodology to acquire and consolidate the software and service suppliers to the Social Purpose sector.
This will assist governments and Social Purpose organizations to move the needle on global well-being as measured by the OECD Better Life index. By assembling an enterprise level software solution, the Social Purpose’s sector’s effectiveness and efficiency will be greatly increased, allowing Social Purpose organizations to focus more of their limited resources on their missions.
The initiative is a Merger and Acquisition play in the Software as a Service (“SaaS”) technology industry.
The strategy is for Trilennium to initially consolidate the Philanthropy SaaS providers to create a critical mass of companies. Trilennium’s end goal is an Initial Public Offering (“IPO”).
Trilennium is currently raising a Bridge Round of working capital to complete the closing costs on alternative debt financing opportunities, acquire the critical mass of targeted acquisitions, and complete the recruitment of its Board of Directors and management team.
Trilennium anticipates a liquidity event, the IPO, by applying to list its shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TMX”), or similar reputable exchange.
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