Integrating Software Systems

Leah Hoffmann

A Big Three consulting firm developed the growth strategy for this F500 B2B company—and identified an acquisition target to support it. But the VP of business development needed a more cost-effective way to understand the feasibility of integrating the target company’s software with internal systems. He also had concerns about the ability of his lean PMO to keep up with integration work if the acquisition moved forward.

Business Talent Group delivered an experienced technology strategist. He began with a detailed evaluation of both client and target systems, assessing quality, usability, and cost-effectiveness. He then created a high-level integration plan. When the client decided to move forward with the acquisition, our consultant returned to help complete the systems integration. He was joined by three additional Business Talent Group consultants, who supported the PMO by leading workstreams, scoping resources, and monitoring progress.

 

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