Read the latest article published in CTOvision written by Eric Kraieski, Vice President, Software Business Unit at TDS.
“The business landscape is shifting rapidly, and the pace of this year’s M&A activity will surpass 2016 and 2017 full-year levels, according to 451 Research. This presents some serious challenges for IT, but M&A also provides an ideal opportunity to take a hard look across the two organizations, and assess the applications, infrastructure and plan for the future.”
Read the full article here: M&A’s Are the Perfect Time to Assess Your IT Environment
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