Developing and executing a successful information technology, or IT, strategy can be challenging under the best of circumstances, but the drill is further complicated when a company acquires or is acquired by another. Sorting out IT issues is one of several tasks restaurant companies undertake in the wake of an acquisition or merger. In most, if not all, cases, management of the newly combined operations must decide whether to integrate disparate systems or standardize on a single ...
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