Now more than ever, private equity firms must be diligent in recognizing and creating value.
- Do you consider operations and technology when evaluating a potential acquisition?
- Have you been burned in the past by not performing operations or technology diligence?
- Have you planned adequately for a carve-out and/or an integration of a portfolio company?
- Do you have a comprehensive view of performance and key metrics across portfolio companies?
- Do your executives have the data they need to drive your investment objectives?
If your goal is to create value, we can help!
West Monroe Partners is actively assisting more than 75 Private Equity clients – over time we have supported more than 500 transactions with a combined value of over $75 billion. But, we perform more than just transaction advisory work. We are practitioners and assist our clients portfolio companies by performing work beyond the transaction.
West Monroe Partners couples transaction experience with deep expertise in many industries, including healthcare, manufacturing and distribution, retail, consumer products, business services and banking. The result: analysis in your business language that enables you to minimize uncertainty, invest with confidence, and maximize performance.
Achieve acquisition synergies faster.
From acquisition diligence to portfolio company transformation, we can help you navigate all phases of the acquisition process with confidence and speed by helping your team:
- Identify and quantify IT or operational risks during diligence
- Uncover hidden opportunities or sources of value
- Perform a post-acquisition integration or carve-out with speed and quality
- Improve portfolio performance through innovation or cost containment
Our Private Equity experts focus in two core areas:
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Integration & Custom Solutions
When Adams Street Partners needed to update its transactional data-entry system, a new custom application enabled the firm to enter data faster and with less effort.
By Matt Sondag
Mergers & Acquisitions
A sound IT function is not only critical for enabling business performance—both current and future; it also is vital to producing the information necessary to manage on a day-to-day basis. One key way to assess the IT function is through an evaluation of the company’s Chief Information Officer (CIO).