Our three-part blog series discusses considerations to take during the merger and acquisition process, specifically focusing on the various elements of due diligence.
Due diligence is an essential step to the merger and acquisition (M&A) process. A critical piece to this process is explicitly performing a technical assessment to determine whether a combined organization will be a sensible business decision.
But what information do you need to conduct such due diligence? What steps do you need to take, and how do you go about that last, necessary step to this juncture: integrating your IT systems post-merger. In this three-part blog series, learn from our technical experts as they answer these three questions and more.
Why Are Business Processes and IT Important Components of Due Diligence?
Is your organization considering an M&A? Bryan Robinson details why you need to assess business processes and IT protocols to ensure a potential relationship becomes a strong one.
2 Steps to Conducting IT Due Diligence
In part two of our due diligence blog series, Jim Black lays out the essential elements of conducting an IT due diligence assessment.
The Final 3 Steps: How to Ensure a Successful Post-Merger Integration (PMI)
Now that you’ve learned the importance of due diligence during a merger and acquisition (M&A), you need to know the importance of — and how to perform — a successful IT post-merger integration (PMI). Jim Black explains.
IT Due Diligence: Don’t Forget to Ask These Questions
Start your journey to IT Due Diligence with the right questions. Our assessment is here to help you get started.