Undoubtedly, mergers and acquisitions bring a host of changes. The best way to navigate these tumultuous waters is to help shape them. It is here that enterprise architecture comes to the fore. Though Enterprise Architecture can be overlooked in M&A activity, it has the opportunity to deliver better results.
In this poster, we’ll take a look at the activities that enterprise architecture can undertake to help deliver robust change for a merger or acquisition. While much of the focus on architecture comes post-merger, in fact there is just as much opportunity prior to the execution, and this poster will look at both sides.
- How an architecture owner can be vital
- The value of EA to due diligence activities
- Why Architecture Governance can help guide integration
- How to get ready for rationalisation