Mergers and Acquisition Support
Reliable management of data and resources to bring organisations together
Expert M&A IT solutions for a smooth transition
IT performs a crucial role in business mergers and acquisitions. You need the right technology to view insights from all relevant data, evaluate business functions and plan the integration of separate entities. Meanwhile, staff will need support for adapting to changing systems and processes.
With so much occurring, you might feel unsure of where to focus. We provide the expertise you need to tick all the boxes and successfully set up IT for your new entity.
Essential technologies for successful mergers & acquisitions
Our dedicated M&A services ensure a smooth integration of IT systems and infrastructure.
We focus on cost optimisation in your IT systems and infrastructure without compromising quality and efficiency. By identifying areas for savings, we prevent budget blowouts and maximise the value of your IT investments.
We de-risk M&A from a cyber perspective and also take a holistic approach. We consider shortening ramp-up time and prioritising employee experience and acceptance for a smoother and more successful process.
We ensure that your IT systems and infrastructure are scalable to meet the demands of the new, larger organisation.
We can accelerate the overall M&A timeline and reduce the time required for IT integration.
We maintain consistency across the newly merged or acquired organisations, reducing conflicts and confusion.
Supporting your mergers and aquisitions
Frequently Asked Questions
A M&A typically involves initial negotiations between companies, due diligence, valuation, negotiation of the terms, and finally, the closing of the deal. Then the complex integration of the two entities must begin, and this is where RODIN can smoothen the process.
A merger or acquisition can affect employees in various ways, including changes in job responsibilities, systems and applications, and company culture.
Both companies’ IT systems and infrastructure will need to be evaluated to determine the best approach for integration. This may involve consolidating or replacing certain systems, migrating data, and testing them to ensure compatibility and functionality.
Potential risks and challenges include data loss, security breaches, system downtime, and compatibility issues. You can mitigate these risks with thorough planning and testing, cyber security measures, and contingency plans.
The timeline for IT integration will depend on the complexity of the systems and infrastructure being integrated. It is important to plan accordingly and communicate updates and changes to stakeholders throughout the process. An IT specialist like RODIN can accelerate timelines and ensure that integration does not impact your timeline.