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How to align two IT entities

On Behalf of | Jun 6, 2018 | Blog

When there are two Colorado businesses being merged, separate IT entities have to be combined. From infrastructure to how resources are being utilized, all functions between the two entities must be properly aligned. The integration process should be approached with caution when dealing with reverse mergers or any transaction involving the sale of a business.

Business owners may learn that anything involving mergers and acquisitions comes with its own share of issues. The two entities don’t always merge seamlessly or without conflict. Cost concerns and the pressure to quickly combine two sets of processes may motivate some companies to push forward speedily. In doing so, the transitioning process can be compromised. Careful planning and time minimizes the risks of onboarding and integration challenges that could hinder the transitioning process.

Careful planning protects the company from knowledge gaps when seasoned IT professionals choose to leave during the sale of a business. Transfer of knowledge must be shared as a part of the transition process, and proper access to corporate finance information during mergers and acquisitions mitigates risks and protects against unexpected outages. If internal security policies differ greatly from another entity within an organization, a company may have to consider isolation to meet compliance concerns. During the dissolution of a business or similar business transactions, it may be discovered that combining the two IT departments doesn’t make sense.

If a business is in the process of a merger, consulting with a business lawyer to work through the various steps of combining multiple IT departments may help simplify the transition process. Corporate finance, onboarding, integration and compliance topics might be addressed with an experienced commercial lawyer. A business attorney may help avoid compliance and alignment issues that occur frequently during the process of sales and dissolution.

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