Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) are never easy or small. While each M&A is different, they all begin with IT integration. Many IT teams face their own unique challenges in achieving the technology integration required by a merger or acquisition, such as preventing user disruption, protecting customer and business data from security incidents, and tracking all moving parts of people coming and going. These challenges can be overwhelming, but with the right planning and tools, they do not have to be.
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Technology is a key driver to M&A outcomes, both as an enabler to capture value faster, and as a new category of assets and capabilities for the business. It’s little wonder at such a highly charged, high profile, high risk time, when IT is so key to success, that nothing short of a timely, seamless and successful integration is demanded. However, for most enterprises, modern workplace M&As do not happen every day and processes involving two disparate IT environments are rarely straightforward or easy. Further, the increasing scale, speed and complexity of M&As puts at risk revenue streams and can seriously threaten the success of the entire M&A without the right IT approach during the first 100-days post-transaction.
Join AmyKelly Petruzzella, Vice President, at ENow Software, as she discusses embracing a "no trade off" mindset to deal with a seamless Day 1 experience by removing blockers that often create challenges.
These days, chances are you will be asked to help orchestrate a merger or acquisition at some point, if you have not already. Before you get your mergers and acquisitions (M&A) project underway, be aware of what lies ahead. M&A projects often become quite stressful, complex, error-prone and time-intensive when creating a unified Global Address List (GAL).