Mergers and acquisitions are happening on a daily basis. In general, they start with a lot of enthusiasm and great expectations of future mutual gains. These businesses are mostly complementary to each other and hope to see profit rising fast.
This is often the reason for a merger or acquisition. Increasing market share, and/or becoming more efficient.
In the actual execution of a merger, all the nitty-gritty details come into play, and organizations discover that these “details” can have enormous consequences. In this white paper, we focus on the IT part of mergers and acquisitions which is an underestimated part of M&A. IT is an imperative driver to generate value and increase efficiency. For that reason, it deserves ample attention when combining multiple companies.
In this white paper, we aim to give you key points on successfully integrating IT during mergers and acquisitions, based on our extensive experience with similar challenges at various clients.