M&A Integration Methodology
When buying or selling, it’s hard to determine business value. Our due diligence phase coupled with the Operational Maturity level will help you make this decision.
M&A Due Diligence
The top question to answer during the due diligence phase of any merger or acquisition is this: Is the business worth selling or buying?
IT due diligence identifies risks of instability and opportunities to reduce costs while improving IT effectiveness. Ntiva goes even further than the typical IT diligence assessment, answering the big technology questions around processes, budget, people, and scalability that help you make the right decisions.
M&A Integration 180 Day Plan and Execution
Once the deal has been signed and closed, how will you properly bring multiple companies together from a technology standpoint?
This is where a technology assessment can bring faster integration and better outcomes. And to help you efficiently reach the finish line, we provide the necessary management of the overall integration. We carve out activities, provide the day-to-day direction, drive the IT blueprint, and deploy tools for IT teams to deliver and capture any identified synergies. The result? A smoother technology integration that gives you the best possible outcomes.
And with future M&A activity, you won’t have to reinvent the wheel. We’ll create a template during the integration process that you can use as a technology playbook.
M&A Exit Preparations
When it comes to technology, potential buyers don’t want to discover major risks like antiquated systems, security vulnerabilities, and key person risk. Ntiva assists by plugging gaps and documenting the entire IT environment.
Of course, you need to find those potential buyers first. Ntiva can help with that too. We assist our clients in the search for motivated buyers by connecting them to Private Equity firms in our network.