Nuance Communications currently sells for 21 times enterprise value. In this video, Andrew Tonner highlights some risks for this classic growth company:
Competition from big players, including Google and Microsoft.
The potential for dilution, as Nuance has grown through acquisitions.
The threat that small start-up companies are almost certainly going to be entering the market, hoping to offer the next "best in the business" technology.
Check out the video for more details.
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