Infor Lawson Mergers & Acquisitions
ERP Integrations and Conversions
When Two Become One: Integrating Lawson Systems During a Merger or Acquisition
Mergers and acquisitions are popular strategies for companies to gain capital, market share, or talent. No matter the reason, combining people, processes, and technology is difficult. Infor Lawson is the core of a business, so when combining environments or establishing a new system of record, there’s a lot to consider. If something’s amiss, information won’t flow, efficiency will take a hit, and frustration will build.
Did you know that in 2017 there were nearly 14,000 mergers and acquisitions in the US? Source: IMMA
The magnitude of an integration project is enough to make your head spin. Upgrades, data conversion and mapping, finances and charts of accounts, vendor and contract management, establishing shared services, and HR/benefit considerations are just the beginning. That’s why it’s smart to enlist the help of an expert to guide you through the transition.
Surety Systems has immense experience integrating Lawson systems during mergers and acquisitions. Our knowledgeable consultants work with you to integrate all entities into a unified platform—soup to nuts. On top of our technical know-how, we have industry-specific expertise to guide you through union rules, governance, and regulation issues. You carry on with business as usual and your customers enjoy new and greater capabilities.
Hospital Acquisition Calls for Need to Unify Lawson Systems
When a local community hospital with 2,000 employees was acquired by a much larger 10,000-person system, the organizations needed to establish a unified Lawson system. See how Surety merged the two implementations and moved from S3 to Landmark and Global Human Resources (GHR).
Lawson Systems Integration During Hospital Merger
A regional healthcare system signed a letter of intent to merge with another larger system. Both hospitals were running Lawson and the CIO brought Surety on to lead the successful Lawson systems integration. Read the details of the integration, and how we helped, here.
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