M&A In Manufacturing - Top 3 Data Lessons Learned

February 23, 2015 Featured Articles

As manufacturing companies look toward the fast-growth areas of their business in favor of reducing non-core assets, M&A has become an effective strategy. However, from a data perspective, manufacturers must take the right steps to ensure proper quality and migration for all enterprise data involved — whether this means combining data from multiple systems or pulling out data to be used in a divestiture scenario. Not getting your data house in order before an M&A event can add millions to the bottom-line costs, not just in the short term but for years to come . . .

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