Post Merger Integration during COVID-19 uncertainty

POST MERGER INTEGRATION DURING COVID-19 UNCERTAINTY

Mergers & Acquisitions remain a viable solution to quickly adjust strategy and execution, increase returns and find synergies. But more than ever, the Post Merger Integration journey contains uncertainty and risk. This article outlines how Integration Consulting structures this journey to be able to quickly adjust and to effectively balance technical and human aspects.

Throughout, you will find PMI success factors derived from our experience and recent Covid-19 learnings. We hope this article can help you to set the right priorities at each stage. Because every PMI is unique, we would be delighted to discuss your case in more detail and tailor the approach to your specific challenge and circumstance

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Henrique Barbalho

Henrique is a Manager within Integration’s German office. He has significant experience working across Integration's Supply Chain and Implementation practices, both in Germany and Brazil. His talent lies in taking projects from the redesign to the implementation phase, across different industries such as Consumer Goods, Construction and Property Development, Agriculture, Retail and the Public Sector.

Julian Lempp

Julian works within Integration's Munich office. He has experience both within consulting and Industry, having previously worked for a leading German consultancy and as a business development manager within an industrial goods manufacturer. Whilst he has experience across many project types, his specialization lies in supply chain, having undertaken numerous consulting projects for procurement and [...]

Rodrigo Seabra

Rodrigo is a Managing Partner in our office in Munich. He joined Integration in 2006 in Brazil and led the Mexico office, before taking on responsibility of the German office. Rodrigo is part of our Implementation practice, has amassed international experience in industries such as Consumer Goods, Retail, Pharmaceutical and Healthcare and has led strategic [...]

  • On 12 October 2020