The Commercial Business Case
Creating High Probability, not possibility
Mergers and acquisitions are a staple of today’s legal landscape.
The M&A business case will promise plenty of upside – but why does the reality so often fall short?
The simple answer? It’s very difficult to pull off successfully. You may have the will and some of the expertise, but you and your management team probably won’t have enough time, focus or knowhow to see the job through to the end, across all the areas required. Because signing off on the deal is only the beginning.
The really hard work starts with bringing organisations together technically and culturally. And that’s where I can help. Although I can be involved to help support and advise on certain issues during the deal, such as IT strategy; it’s important to swing into action on the ground as soon as the ink is dry. I can help take charge of, in effect, orchestrating the technology road map required to integrate the firms successfully.
It requires a lot of skills and definitely additional resource to help manage and drive multi-workstream programs: infrastructure, system integrations and migrations; workflows, templates and standards; change workshops and training; there is so much to reassess and realign post-merger.
I can help firms who want to become an enlarged firm that is:
- Fully realising the benefits set out in the business case
- Operating efficiently, compliantly and confidently as a consolidated enterprise
- Properly engaging with all its people and taking them on the next stage of the journey
I can bolt on to your firm as the technology advisor, bringing the project and change management expertise in this scenario, and you will find my style: