Global M&A activity has been experiencing a steady rise since the 1990s. The past few years, in particular, have been especially voluminous with most of the focus being on acquiring new technology. And of the 1,000 executives surveyed by Deloitte in their sixth M&A trends report, 79% expect an increase in the average number of deals by 2020.
The success of an M&A deal is dependent on various factors, some of which are quite apparent, such as strategic mapping, due diligence, business synergies, and management proficiency. However, organizations tend to overlook certain aspects of the exercise. The supply chain is often one such area.
In this white paper you’ll learn:
- How to prepare your supply chain for mergers and acquisitions
- Tips to protect S&OP performance and ultimately revenue
- Best Practices for Establishing Business Continuity