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M&A procurement synergies

Struggling with procurement synergies following a merger or acquisition?
 

Now that the deal has been made all eyes are on you, the CPO. The Board, your CFO and other stakeholders expect the supply chain to generate additional value from the economies of scale and efficiencies offered by the newly merged or acquired company. While delivering accurate and actionable synergies will be your top priority, understanding which cost and spend synergies procurement should focus on can be a challenge.

Our ‘CPO guide on maximising procurement synergies following a merger or acquisition,’ helps you identify your most valuable savings opportunities.

Download to discover:

  • Key sources of quick win savings
  • Six steps to procurement synergies
  • An actionable plan to optimise value

 

Fast-tracking procurement transformation at Prisma Medios de Pago
Case study
Fast-tracking procurement transformation at Prisma Medios de Pago

Following a large private equity deal, Efficio supported the transformation at Prisma Medios de Pago, after its acquisition. Read More.

Efficio on how to navigate procurement in a post-merger world
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Efficio on how to navigate procurement in a post-merger world

In an article published by Supply Chain Dive, Alex Klein, vice president at Efficio, shares his views on the significance of procurement post-merger, and the actions needed to realise cost-savings immediately.

How can Private Equity companies increase value through procurement
Guide
How can Private Equity companies increase value through procurement

Five points to consider for an effective saving plan

Are my procurement savings hitting the bottom line?
Insight
Are my procurement savings hitting the bottom line?

Procurement technology can now record and track cost reductions for Private Equity owners and their portfolios.

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