By Frank Vielba, Carol Vielba
The inability of sufficient and well timed IT involvement within the merger and acquisition technique bills businesses hundreds of thousands of greenbacks each year. present study exhibits that IT money owed for 20-30% of the post-acquisition advantages in a merger or acquisition, and it really is turning out to be. With M&A task again on an upwards pattern, the necessity to get IT correct hasn't ever being better. · How can a merger be completed in ultra-modern company international with winning use of IT?· How can businesses keep away from M&A failure and extra hazards in an IT M&A project?· What may still your organization be doing approximately IT whilst considering a merger or acquisition?This ebook addresses those topical questions and offers the solutions. via providing new research and examine, this ebook appeals to a number of audiences. no matter if you're a global team or small corporation, a practitioner CIO or IT supervisor, a specialist or senior supervisor there are many administration and technical top practices to offer you a pragmatic perception into the right way to utilize IT in a M&A transaction.
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The CIO heads only one functional area of the business. However central IT is to the operations of the company, there are other functional areas to be considered in an M&A. The initiation and early stages of the transaction are almost invariably dominated by the financial function. The pace of business M&A normally dictates the pace of IT activity. Hence IT concerns will rarely dictate the business timetable. On the other hand, the decisions taken at the earliest stages of the M&A processes provide the framework and the constraints within which the CIO must deliver results at the end of the day.
The consolidation undertaken in some industries since the year 2000 is likely to continue in others such as banking, media, retailing and telecommunications. Recent M&A activity in the financial sector shows that not only banks are exposed but stock exchanges too. The London and New York exchanges have both been under M&A merger scrutiny. 06 this year (IDC 2005). This rate is a distant number compared to double-digit growth in the late 1990s but it is as a consequence of the industry maturing and remains a healthy indicator for the future.
The CIO faced with such an inappropriately conceived transaction may find him or herself under great pressure to deliver impossible benefits. There are, of course, multiple reasonable and rational reasons given why M&As are good business. The most powerful arguments cited by those seeking to acquire or expand through merger are economies of scale, diversification, access to new customers and markets and the acquisition of knowledge and technology. Behind such reasoning are powerful external factors relating to globalisation.