Information systems need to be written into the first act if the merger and acquisition show is to go on. Through painful experience, retailers have learned that they if they leave IS until late in the merger and acquisition process, they may forgo or delay many of the benefits of combining companies. At many levels, today's deals depend on technology, and an IS strategy in place at the beginning of merger talks can help the companies involved arrive at an accurate valuation. That's an ...

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