Business Enterprise

Independent & Expert Business Enterprise Valuations

As the dependency upon business and intangible assets has increased, so too has the complexity of valuing industrial facilities. Vista Valuations is regarded as one of the leading providers of independent, unbiased business enterprise valuations for the wood products, food processing and general manufacturing industries.

Using the most current and comprehensive methods, we have performed business enterprise valuations to help corporate boards, buyers, sellers, attorneys, fiduciaries and financial institutions make more informed business decisions about the overall facility.


We Provide Business Enterprise Valuations For:

  • Business Purchases & Sales
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Property Tax Assessments
  • Financial Reporting
  • Gift & Estate Tax Planning
  • Corporate Recapitalizations
  • Regulatory Requirements
  • Accounting Requirements


Our Expert Business Enterprise Valuations Consider Variables Such As:

  • Current Market & Industry Conditions
  • Product & Service Offerings
  • Market Position
  • Brand Value
  • Relative Location & Geography
  • Barriers To Entry
  • Workforce-in-Place
  • Patented & Unique Processes
  • Supply & Purchase Contracts


To find out more about our Business Enterprise Valuation services for asset-based lending, insurance, financial reporting or property tax assessment, click here.

Business Enterprise Valuation Resources:
Business Enterprise Value Definition: Enterprise value (EV), Total enterprise value (TEV), or Firm value (FV) is an economic measure reflecting the market value of a whole business. It is a sum of claims of all claimants: creditors (secured and unsecured) and equityholders (preferred and common). Enterprise value is one of the fundamental metrics used in business valuationfinancial modelingaccountingportfolio analysis, etc.  (source: Wikipedia  )
Using Enterprise Value To Compare Companies:  An article from Investopedia on that discusses Business Enterprise Value (EV) in terms of helping investors compare companies using the calculation, the roles of debt and cash, and ratios.
Introduction To Enterprise Value (Video):  A video from Investopedia to help learn how enterprise value can help investors compare companies with different capital structures.