In recent years, we have helped many companies integrate acquired business units. The drive for international expansion regularly leads to acquisitions of companies. This is followed by complex integration processes under high time pressure. The acquired entity often also brings in new intellectual property (IP), or specific new business processes. It is crucial that the IT partner has experience with this and can properly assess whether it fits into the existing architecture.
At McCoy, a specialized M&A team is at your service. They know the relevant SAP solutions inside and out. And even better: they developed their own approach with best practices on top. As a result, you don't have to reinvent the wheel in M&As or divestments. Think of smart tools to extract or integrate data from existing systems. Or a managed platform in which you record everything. This gives control and makes audit trails available.
Learn more about integrating two IT landscapes here.
We are dyed-in-the-wool in SAP projects revolving around Merger, Acquisitions & Divestments. For example, we worked side by side with companies such as ASML, Signify, Philips, NXP, Marel, IDL and others on major programs. This shows again and again that an IT partner for successful business integration must meet a number of requirements:
A simple, sound approach that focuses on people, process and platform in just the right proportions
In-depth SAP expertise and knowledge of business processes
Knowledge of the manufacturing industry
Sense of culture and the right political sensitivity
In 2018, we organized the SAP M&A event. This is where ASML, NXP and Philips as our customers shared their experiences and explained how we made projects and programs successful together. Watch the aftermovie. Of course, we are also happy to share the presentations with you upon request.
Even after 2018, we conducted several, successful projects and gathered even more insights and experience. Want to know more about the approach? Then contact Jan at email@example.com