Mergers and acquisitions (M and A) are often a major step for your company and may involve substantial complications. In many cases, that can mean slowing down your usual business flow, which can decrease overall customer satisfaction. Often, technology serves as a considerable roadblock throughout the merger and acquisition process. Your technology may be old or outdated. It may be difficult to use. It may require extensive training.
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