M&A Integration Strategy

The Alchemist People, Process, Technology

Objective Our client, a vertically integrated communications provider operating in Australia and New Zealand, needed to streamline internal systems. Over several years they had embarked on an aggressive and quick acquisition cycle, with a final position of eighty-plus legal entities. The merger and acquisition strategy of previous management had resulted in three disparate ERP systems being used within the Group. …

Rectification of ERP Implementation

The Alchemist People, Process, Technology

Objective An international multi-technical Services company had recently acquired a Construction and Services HVAC business and implemented them onto their ANZ-wide ERP software. The implementation was done through a Distributor of the ERP and had not gone well. There were issues with data take-on, inaccurate setup and functional gaps, that had left the new business unable to complete key processes …

Merger & Acquisition Integration – UK

The Alchemist People, Process, Technology

Objective A multi-location UK Construction business was acquired by an Australian-based multi-national. The brief was to integrate the UK businesses into the IT network and ERP system used by the rest of the Group. Solution Delivery There was a heavy reliance on inconsistent spreadsheet systems throughout the UK organisation. Significant analysis of all the spreadsheet systems was required, with an …

HVAC Services Business Merger

The Alchemist People, Process, Technology

Objective A multi-national Construction and Services publicly listed entity needed to amalgamate four distinct Facilities Management operations into a single business unit. This involved physical relocation of two of the businesses, as well as operational and financial process discovery, documentation and re-engineering. Our brief was to successfully bring all the operations together into one business unit in a three month …

Integration of Electrical Acquisition

The Alchemist People, Process, Technology

Objective An Australian-based multi-national required the ERP implementation and re-structure of a recently acquired $140m Electrical contracting and service business. The re-structure included establishing a centralised back office for Payroll, Accounts Receivable and Payables. There was a need to minimise the manual and spreadsheet based systems, as well as to introduce Inventory control processes. Our brief was to deliver these …