Identify and exclude sensitive information from being migrated during M&A data discovery and migration projects.
During mergers and acquisitions, organizations may need to move data around between the newly created entities as employees and resources are split between the two or brought into the new organization. This data migration process can be complex, particularly if the divested entity needs to continue operations and access to the necessary data while other data needs to be excluded to prevent any potential legal or regulatory issues. Effective data management during merger/acquisition is crucial for the success of the newly formed entities.
What We Deliver
We help our clients identify and exclude sensitive information from being migrated to a newly divested company.
Identify data that cannot be migrated during M&A data discovery and migration projects. Specify which data can and cannot be taken by employees joining the new company.
Provide the means to review the identified data, ensuring compliance with regulations and intellectual property agreements.
Work with the company’s seller to control the data and supports M&A, legal, compliance, and IT teams involved in the process.
Implement a process to review and exclude non-migratable data, ensuring it remains with the original company while allowing employees to take permissible data.