Driven Experienced Leadership

Our mission is to help investors create value and companies scale globally through a winning technology & business strategy.

About Us

At Palo Alto Technology Partners, our focus is on helping investors create value and companies grow profitably. We have grown technology businesses to billions of dollars of global revenue and can help unlock the potential for growth.

Our team members have been involved in multiple mergers and acquisitions on both the buy side and sell side. We have successfully sold companies to strategic acquirers. With strong networks in Silicon Valley across business, venture and private equity, we can connect you to global growth.

Palo Alto Technology Partners helps investors create value and companies scale globally through a winning technology & business strategy.

We help companies grow and investors realize value.

Business Advisory Services


Business strategy

Go to market plans

Scaling teams for growth.

Corporate Business Development

Mergers & Acquisitions


Due Diligence

Exit Strategy

Enterprise Technology Strategy

Artificial Intelligence

Digital Transformation

Enterprise Architecture

Vendor Evaluation


  • Barry O’Sullivan featured on The Big Tech Podcast with Adrian Weckler

      We talk about the life of a startup founder being loaded with pressure and stress. But one of Ireland’s best known technology executives, who went from managing a $5bn division of Cisco to starting and selling his own startup, says that life in a big company was actually far more taxing than running your own business. Barry O’Sullivan spoke to Adrian Weckler about it, and a host of other things, in this week’s podcast. “I never missed any of the kind of trappings of being a senior executive at a company like Cisco,” he says. “I would say the stress level of being a CEO of a startup for me was about 10pc of what it was to be a senior executive at a company like Cisco.” “When I ran a $5bn business at Cisco, it was a continuous grind. There were always presentations to the board on investments and acquisitions and so on. And every big company has lots of politics. When you’ve got a job like that, at a company like Cisco, it’s a big job and it’s very well paid. You always kind of have to be on all the time, you know?” “What was most…

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