Change? Bring it on.
Especially with us as your partner.
Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures, we handle the change, you keep doing what you do best and at a higher level. Who says change has to be disruptive?
Merging Companies. And cultures. And systems.
Acquiring a new company or division often means acquiring different ways of doing things. Software, vendors, contracts, rates, invoice procedures, and liability transfers are all part of it. It all requires adaptation and a managed process to gain standardization.
On the opposite side, spinning off divisions to new owners requires a clear and clean accounting of inventories and invoices associated with them.
We’ve helped many companies with both. Take a look at how:
Kitting for a new contract – entering a new market
New market entries typically bring intense timelines and deployment requirements. We assisted a retail facilities management firm with this challenge. Our client had hundreds of new employees and their associated equipment such as tablets, phones, and monitoring systems.
We worked closely with our client to drive rapid deployment in two months. It was “all hands-on deck” as we sent teams to set up the infrastructure, test, and deploy on a condensed timeline. See how. Read: Facilities Management Case Study
Acquiring, Divesting & Integrating
Kindred Healthcare is the largest diversified provider of post-acute care services in the United States. Acquisitions are a key part of their growth strategy, as well as the disposing of locations and entities that do not fit well into Kindred’s vision. These deals bring complexity and variables that require attentive change management across the organization. Read: Kindred Health Care