This report shows how 10 M&A tenets can help you integrate automation, analytics, and AI into your M&A processes.
To better understand strategies behind M&A success, we worked with IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IBV) to survey leaders from 720 organizations across the electronics, chemicals and petroleum, and healthcare and life sciences industries.
Respondents spanned 18 countries and included 280 electronics leaders. Each respondent holds overall responsibility for the M&A process, from the definition of M&A strategy to post-purchase integration.
Our research shows how high value contributors are driving effective, inorganic portfolio growth using 10 tenets. These tenets outline how electronics organizations can structure, prioritize, and deliver advanced corporate development functions using a modern M&A foundation. This foundation should include an M&A workflow with process and governance models that are scalable across multiple transactions.
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