Tenzing and Continuum Human Due Diligence update

Posted by on Aug 10, 2018 in blogs | 0 comments

Continuum continue their productive relationship with Tenzing Private Equity.  After providing human due diligence on the Smoothwall investment at the end of last year we were also pleased to be called in to assess and advise on the CitNOW investment in March.

CitNOW Video Limited is a specialist provider of video applications that create a more transparent, easier car buying and owning experience for automotive dealership customers. Its applications improve performance of automotive dealerships by allowing staff to send personalised, branded video presentations of vehicles for sale. In addition, workshop technicians use CitNOW’s Workshop app to send videos to customers to evidence parts that need replacing when cars are brought in for service.

CitNOW has pioneered video in the automotive industry and grown rapidly to become a global market leader, with over 7,500 installations in franchised car dealerships in 42 countries. CitNOW currently works with more than 40 vehicle manufacturers around the world.

About Continuum

Continuum is an organisation development firm focusing on helping our clients to liberate human potential, to deliver value and achieve ambitions more rapidly. The main areas of our business are Human Due Diligence, Talent Assessment, Organisation Development and People Development. Over the past year we have been engaged by NVM Private Equity and a number of other Private Equity firms to provide human due diligence in their investment process and we are currently working on a number of projects that have yet to be finalised.

Our Due Diligence process includes meeting with all the senior management and all key individuals (and sometimes all staff as required) across the organisation.  We use our methodology to provide a comprehensive report on the key individuals, the team and the organisation covering capability, growth potential, team dynamics and human risks.

Our process findings have been used successfully as input for investment companies as well as for organisations not in the investment process who are, nevertheless, looking to improve the return on their human capital.