Acquisition Integration Basics

Have you been acquired and wondering what is next?

After a business is purchased, there is some form of getting the value from the deal - usually by "integrating" the acquiring and acquired businesses together to some degree. When people talk about "being acquired", they are probably referring to the acquisition integration of the two businesses. 

Integration Basics addresses the following questions

  • What is an acquisition integration?
  • How are the integration teams and decision makers organized?
  • How long will an integration take?

The course also

  • Dispels some myths about integrations
  • Provides some advice for those who have been recently acquired
Acquisition integrations can be a time of uncertainty.
This course will prepare you in what to expect and how to take advantage of this change
Take this free course to learn the basics about acquisition integrations

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Holistic Thinking

Really appreciate your dedication, professionalism, hard work and holistic thinking.

Wyatt Campbell COO

A Huge Positive Difference

Extremely organized, detail-oriented, thorough, timely, and importantly... made a huge positive difference on many occasions, helping to gain loyalty, bridge differences, and get newly acquired companies up and running

Linda Peduto Facilities Manager

Value Beyond the Scope

They were very responsive to my needs and gave added value beyond the scope I requested, finding gaps that we didn't realize were there. The attitude, support and professionalism were outstanding. We would have no hesitation in asking them back for future projects.

Samuel Bronstein CEO

Made for a Better Culture

Able to assume solutions many times before problems occur and can remain collected. …also quickly made personal relationships with members of both companies and helped to integrate them by learning process and introducing counterparts. It not only made for a better culture, but a smoother run in streamlining both lines of business.

Lauren Mink Purchasing and Facilities Management