MDRAddress the growing frequency, type, and severity of cyber threats against SMB endpoints
SIEMCentralize threat visibility and analysis, backed by cutting-edge threat intelligence
Risk Assessment & Vulnerability ManagementIdentify unknown cyber risks and routinely scan for vulnerabilities
Identity ManagementSecure and streamline client access to devices and applications with strong authentication and SSO
Cloud App SecurityMonitor and manage SaaS security risks for the entire Microsoft 365 environment.
SASEZero trust secure access for users, locations, and devices
Enterprise-grade SOCProvide 24/7 threat monitoring and response backed by proprietary threat research and intelligence and certified cyber experts
Policy ManagementCreate, deploy, and manage client security policies and profiles
Incident Response ServiceOn-tap cyber experts to address critical security incidents
Cybersecurity GlossaryGuide to the most common, important terms in the industry
Pulling Back the Curtain on M&A Part 2: Successful M&A Integration
The key to a successful acquisition is smooth integration after the deal closes. However, most mergers and acquisitions fail to add value for the buyer due to integration failure. Integration must not be an afterthought to the deal as it will determine whether value is created or destroyed.
In part two of this M&A webinar, we’ll deep dive into the key principles, critical success factors, and common pitfalls of integration. You’ll also get insights on the MSP M&A market outlook for 2022 and 2023.
- Why integrations frequently fail and can be challenging for MSPs
- Best practices on M&A integration framework, planning and execution
- State of the MSP M&A market, including multiples in 2022 and 2023 projections
Attending part one of this webinar (M&A valuation and deal structures) is not required but can be viewed here.
Partner, Fordhouse, a UK Private Equity Firm
VP, Service Leadership & TSP Evangelist