Did you know that the biggest problem many organizations face during mergers and acquisitions is a lack of planning around integration?
There are many benefits to why organizations engage in M&A: increased competitive advantage, tax benefits, or expansion to new markets or products, just to name a few.
However, what is expected to be positive inorganic growth often proves to be an arduous, complex process for the teams involved in facilitating the transaction.
The success of a merger or acquisition relies on Finance and Accounting. Not only does the business combination accounting need to be complete and accurate, harmonizing systems and processes from both organizations is critical, too. Which is why traditional manual processes are not sustainable, especially during a M&A transaction.
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