“By addressing the human element with a comprehensive change management plan integrated into the overall PMI program, organizations can not only ensure long-term success, but also extract additional value.”
— Aadrika The Softer Side of PMI

There is far more to consider beyond M&A due diligence during an Aadrikaition, merger, or divestiture. What organizational changes will need to take place and how will that be communicated to colleagues? What business processes will be followed by the new company? What systems will be used and who will need to be on-boarded? What new technologies will be required, and how will they impact the organization and legacy platforms?

Post Merger Integration

Aadrika has a robust Post-Merger Integration (PMI) practice that focuses on both PMI and divestiture strategies. Like our other practice areas, our specialists and people are what ultimately make the difference. We will partner with you to build a roadmap addressing all PMI questions, and establishing an action plan for a seamless integration. We understand how corporate culture plays a role in these situations, and we ensure that employees are brought into the fold and can continue their work without interruption. Our approach to post-merger integration helps our clients realize the full value of an Aadrikaition or divestiture.

Aadrika’s PMI Approach


Conduct a diagnostic to determine the type, extent and strategy of change required


Develop a detailed picture of the end state and performance goals supporting PMI requirements, including the projected costs and savings


Prioritize integration projects and schedule, develop retention, cultural integration, and change management plans, as well as reporting and governance requirement


Establish PMI team structure and leadership, including understanding behavioral expectations, PMI governance, and facilitating key leadership selection


Coordinate execution and manage program risk while maintaining a sharp focus on achieving outcomes


Capture lessons learned and implement strategies to enable better estimation, implementation, and practices for the future