The Cameo E2E Bridge has been proven to be a highly successful and strategic component of M&A technical integration implementations.
C-Level executives using the Cameo E2E Bridge as part of their M&A integration strategy will realize significant benefits from employing the Bridge. Benefits include gains in efficiency, time to market and organizational productivity, and at the same time, reductions in cost and complexity versus conventional M&A integrations.
One of the most striking downsides at the conclusion of a M&A integration is the loss of customers. The Cameo E2E Bridge integration is typically implemented without customer defections, due to the way in which the E2E Bridge handles the smooth and transparent integration of a wide range of data from disparate company sources.
As M&A takes place, stakeholders from both companies must acknowledge the business, operational and IT issues at hand. Understanding how new portfolios align to business goals and strategies and how those portfolios create new or enhanced existing business capabilities is critical to M&A success.
As IT infrastructures are assessed, IT and IT Operations must come to the table with Business leaders. Failure of these entities to reach a common language and vision too often leads to business and IT being out of sync with each other when the overall goal is to integrate two organizations. The key to a successful acquisition is to leverage the Cameo E2E Bridge as a key component of the integration plan, i.e., establishing the goals of business, operational and IT stakeholders from the very beginning.
Cameo E2E assists organizations in bringing together business and IT, to synchronize strategies, operating models, and IT. This allows the enterprise to establish from the very beginning a combined business and IT shared model of the necessary IT transformations needing to take place.