Customized Computer System Design & Assembly Company with a $900K Profit

Consistent Average $5.2 M in Sales.



$5,203,584 (4-Year Avg)
Cash Flow:
$313,386 (2022)
Center of the Silicon Valley
Service Area:
Nation Wide
 Profit Margin:
Surpassed 2019 (Best Year)
5 (Includes 1 Owner)
Reason for Sale:
The Seller is Retiring
Goodwill: 28 Yr. Reputation, long-term stable customers, 1M line of credit with suppliers, highly efficient team
Year Established:  1994
Services:  100% institutional clients
Equipment:  Office equipment and production line equipment
Clientele:  100% institutional clients
Facility:  5582 sq. ft. with office and production
Lease:  Monthly Lease $5000, Seller owns the property, Lease will be renewed with seller
Personnel:  2FT Technicians,  1FT Owner, 1 FT Account, 1FT Sales
Software Used:  SBT

Value Proposition

  • 28 years of Established Reputation
  • Exceptional stable and long term customers
  • $313,368 – 2022 Earnings surpassed 2020 & 2021
  • 2022 Profit margin surpassed 2019
  • Highly efficient Team
  • Buyer to Replace Retiring Seller- Need Exp. Mgr.
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Revenue Breakdown

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Financial Highlights

  • Listing Price: $1295,000
  • 2022 Cashflow (SDE): $313,386
  • 2022 Sales $4,500,000
  • 2022 Profit margin bypassed 2019,2020 & 2021
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Asking Price

The asking price is determined using a cash flow methodology. Cash flow is the sum of net income from the business plus any non-cash expenses, non-recurring items, and any seller’s personal expenses. A multi-factor multiplier is applied to the cash flow based on the condition of the business.

For this business, since the business is coming back after the peak time of the pandemic, the cash flow of 2022 is applied to make the business price more realistic to the buyer. The multiplier applied in this case is 4.1, the average in the computer system design and assembling sector.

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