Mergers and acquistions in pursuit of digital technologies have ramped up considerably, as established companies would rather purchase enterprises with built-in expertise than develop the knowledge internally. But to achieve their goals, as professionals at the Boston Consulting Group explain in this authoritative report, dealmakers need to go beyond looking for cost savings and revenue efficiencies to unlock less evident and often intangible sources of value. Investment bankers and digital entrepreneurs will find this expert analysis particularly relevant and insightful.
In this summary, you will learn
- How the market for mergers and acquisitions in digital technology has grown,
- Why acquiring companies need an enhanced skillset to be successful in these endeavors and
- How firms should manage their targets to add value.
About the Authors
Jeremy Boote et al. are professionals with the Boston Consulting Group.