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Mergers and Acquisitions: Driving Supply Chain Benefits (8 of 10)

Blog #8:  Physical Infrastructure Rationalization/Consolidation – Distribution Networks For M&A activities that are focused in the same geographic market, a quick glance at a map would seem to suggest multiple synergy and savings opportunities, including: Common supplier locations Distribution centers located in close proximity to each other Transportation routes that travel down the same highways Deliveries...

Mergers and Acquisitions: Driving Supply Chain Benefits (7 of 10)

Physical Infrastructure Rationalization/Consolidation The third primary aspect of the M&A challenge focuses on how to best leverage the combined physical infrastructure of the two former companies in a manner that results in the most cost effective and customer focused solution going forward.  Companies must carefully analyze and quantify the holistic impacts of physical integration and consolidation scenarios,...

Building Teams and Changing Behavior with Managed Services

In previous blogs, I outlined key requirements that I feel are critical to building out a Managed Services framework. These include building out defining documents and tailored governance models that enable the team to follow the framework though the use of a shared site (like SharePoint) using repeatable processes. Building Teams As we build teams through a balanced approach of rebadging, attracting new...
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