Many organizations are looking to Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) to acquire new technology, address skills shortages, diversify their offering, or grow market share. With most due diligence focusing on the financial aspects of a merger, the architectural aspects are often forgotten.
The architecture due diligence process should be undertaken to assist the buyer to understand synergies, and the potential to scale the business and enhance operations to provide improved access for customers.
M&A as a tool for resilience will continue to be a valid option for companies who are looking to future proof their organizations from economic downturn, pandemics, climate change, risk and compliance, and regulatory aspects.
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