Technology

A Strategic Business Partner

Helping technology companies succeed requires deep industry experience and a strong commitment to providing timely, value-added services that go beyond the basics. Along with proactive communication, that's exactly what we bring to our technology clients and their management teams.

We offer an integrated mix of compliance and value-added services to help companies improve operations, prepare for the future, and capitalize on opportunities. With Moss Adams, technology companies have a business partner with the expertise to help them:

  • Enter international markets
  • Effectively manage global tax rates
  • Prepare for liquidity events and an IPO
  • Report on sustainability efforts
  • Work with capital markets
  • Complete transactions
  • Bring new products to market
  • Establish key accounting and financial reporting policies
  • Design and implement effective internal controls and procedures

Who We Serve

We serve emerging, institutionally backed start-ups, multinational public enterprises, and everything in between. And our clients come from all parts of the technology industry, including:

  • Software and services
  • Fintech
  • Digital media
  • Advertising and marketing media
  • Gaming and entertainment
  • Internet services
  • Hardware and devices

Technology Guides

Technology companies face unique business challenges and opportunities throughout various stages of growth. Some of the most pressing topics that affect nearly every tech company are listed below as part of our Technology Guide series: understanding why SOC is important, state and local tax complications, constant cybersecurity threats, the application of R&D credits, and overseas expansion, among others.

Insights


Article
We look at revenue recognition, the outcome of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., state tax updates, and more in our Q2 update.

Webcast
Every technology and life science company will potentially be affected by the new revenue recognition requirements of the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s Accounting Standards Codification® Topic 606. Please join us to learn how the new standard will potentially impact your company.

Alert
Tax reform will have significant 2017 income tax implications for technology, life sciences, and communications and media companies.

Webcast
Join us for a webcast on how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 could affect technology, communications, and life sciences companies. We’ll discuss potential impacts of the sweeping tax legislation and highlight relevant bill provisions.

Webcast
Many states changed their laws this year to generate more tax revenue from out-of-state companies, creating potential tax implications for technology, communications and media, and life sciences companies. Companies should be diligent about identifying changes in their income tax, sales and use tax, or other tax exposure.

Article
Our 2017 Q4 update covers potential tax reform changes, state and local tax strategies, applying for the R&D payroll tax credit, and more.

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