Is your IT investor ready?
September 16, 2016
Businesses are bought and sold every day. The reasons for selling a business vary but the mechanism of acquisition follows a reasonably common process. It is usually during the due diligence phase that the IT operation comes onto the acquirer’s radar.
The due diligence phase can be problematic – the acquirer always wants as much detail as possible, whereas the seller doesn’t want to invest too much time and effort into an activity that may not result in a sale. Without proper preparation the demands of due diligence can be very disruptive.
In this eBook we talk about how to prepare your IT environment to make it investor ready.