M&A Information Technology Best Practices

M&A Information Technology Best Practices

Editor(s): Janice M. Roehl-Anderson

Published Online: 4 OCT 2013 08:46PM EST

Print ISBN: 9781118617571

Online ISBN: 9781118692028

DOI: 10.1002/9781118692028

About this Book

Add value to your organization via the mergers & acquisitions IT function 

As part of Deloitte Consulting, one of the largest mergers and acquisitions (M&A) consulting practice in the world, author Janice Roehl-Anderson reveals in M&A Information Technology Best Practices how companies can effectively and efficiently address the IT aspects of mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures. Filled with best practices for implementing and maintaining systems, this book helps financial and technology executives in every field to add value to their mergers, acquisitions, and/or divestitures via the IT function. 

  • Features a companion website containing checklists and templates
  • Includes chapters written by Deloitte Consulting senior personnel
  • Outlines best practices with pragmatic insights and proactive strategies 

Many M&As fail to meet their expectations. Be prepared to succeed with the thorough and proven guidance found in M&A Information Technology Best Practices. This one-stop resource allows participants in these deals to better understand the implications of what they need to do and how

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Introduction

  2. Part II: Information Technology's Role in Mergers, Acquisitions, and Divestitures

    1. Chapter 7

      M&A IT and Synergies (pages 105–136)

      Jim Boland, Ronald Goldberg, Colin Hartnett, Sunil Rai and Stephen Ronan

    2. Chapter 12

      Using M&A to Streamline the Applications Portfolio (pages 175–198)

      Colin Whiteneck, Joydeep Mukherjee, Ted Veterano and Venky Iyer

    3. Chapter 13

      Third-Party Contracts in M&A (pages 199–223)

      Christine McKay, Joseph Joy, Ramkumar Jayaraman and Ninad Deshmukh

    4. Chapter 17

      IT Risk, Security, and Controls in M&A (pages 283–302)

      David Caruso, Kelly Moynihan, John Clark, Jamie Fox, Joseph Joy and Scott Kaufman

  3. Part III: The People Aspects of Mergers, Acquisitions, and Divestitures

    1. Chapter 19

      The Role of CFO (pages 321–343)

      Rich Rorem, Trevear Thomas, Nnamdi Lowrie, Heith Rothman, Venkat Swaminathan, Chelsea Gorr, Jenny Xu and Mia Velasquez

    2. Chapter 20

      Managing the People Side of IT M&A (pages 345–371)

      Tammie Potvin, Don Miller, Suseela Kadiyala, Michael Proppe, Sarah Hindley and Laurel Vickers

  4. Part IV: M&A IT Project Governance, Testing, and Business Intelligence

  5. Part V: Conclusion

    1. Chapter 28

      M&A IT, Summing It All Up (pages 463–491)

      Habeeb Dihu, Nadia Orawski, Justin Calvin, Luke Bates, Bryce Metro and Eric Niederhelman

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