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Performing IT due diligence prior to a merger or acquisition has become an essential step to ensure better valuation, financial modelling, and risk mitigation. The primary objective of IT due diligence is to determine if there are insurmountable risks which could impact the transaction or post-transaction integration. The depth and focus of an IT due diligence exercise should be tailored to the goals of the transaction.
Our IT Due Diligence Assessment framework can help you recognise the maturity of IT services in place as well as expose any hidden business risks from technical debt, outsourced contracts, or process issues.
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Our structured approach consists of four key phases; Initiate and Plan, Risk Discovery and Framing, Risk Assessment and Analysis, and finally the IT Due Diligence Report.
The duration of any Due Diligence process can vary significantly depending on the availability of the information being requested. Our aim is always to complete our process in line with your own schedule.
There are three key areas where an effective IT Due Diligence process can add value to your merger or acquisition; having an effective integration strategy, complete transparency on the technology landscape including applications and systems, and finally compliance with information security standards and regulations.
CLIENTS WHO’S BUSINESS WE’VE HELPED
CHRIS WOODLEY | DIRECTOR | COLAB DIGITAL LIMITED
JAMES MALLENDER | DIRECTOR | THE LEGAL DIRECTOR LIMITED