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In addition to the business strategy underlying any merger & acquisition (M&A) transaction, there is also a sub strategy for how the actual organizational transition should be conducted. Executing that M&A transaction strategy is far from straightforward, which by definition involves more than one company and usually progresses under tight schedules and constraints to capture specific business synergies. Trexin has developed various tools and accelerators that facilitate this process and mitigate the delivery risk inherent to these high-impact transactions.

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Trexin’s strategy execution engagements frequently begin with a 6-12 week Strategy, Assessment, and Roadmap (STAR) initiative. In the context of Mergers & Acquisitions, having a clear roadmap reflective of the business case that drives the organization towards its target synergies is paramount. And that’s exactly what Trexin’s STAR will provide. For more information about how Trexin’s Strategy, Assessment, and Roadmap facilitates M&A execution, contact Warren Golla.

 

Example mergers & acquisitions scenarios and applied strategies:

 

Strategic Acquisitions

Trexin can help you integrate the new company post-acquisition to quickly drive target synergies.

Consolidations

Trexin can help you evaluate overlapping functions and sunset less efficient capabilities.

Divestitures

Trexin can help you develop shared-service capabilities to quickly carve out the divested business.

Technology Due Diligence

Trexin’s Chief Security Officer and Technology Capability Lead, Glenn Kapetansky, joins Trexin Associate, Joe Oliva, as they share their thoughts on conducting IT due diligence during the M&A process.

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