Reltio to present at Medical Device Corporate Strategy: Mergers and Acquisitions Conference


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September 17 - 11:00 ACCELERATING M&A: HOW MODERN DATA MANAGEMENT DELIVERS PRE-MERGER ANALYTICS AND POST-MERGER INTEGRATION
Bringing together clean, reliable, relevant data in a timely fashion from the IT systems of both parties to support an M&A is still largely a manual, inefficient and potentially inaccurate effort. The complexity of data siloed across both companies makes it very difficult to analyze information within the legal and time constraints of the pending transaction. If the merger goes through, all work is generally discarded, leaving the combined company to start from ground zero. If the merger is called off, someone is left with hardware procured to support the M&A that is wasted. This session will describe:

  • How a multi-billion dollar merger blended & analyzed data from hundreds of sources with full security & audit controls, without spending a dime on hardware
  • Why they can also now realize millions of dollars in increased negotiating leverage through better vendor/supplier management
  • Which groups are positioned to benefit from new data-driven applications that will significantly improve the efficiency of their day-to-day operations
  • What other opportunities, including data monetization, are now possibilities for the future

Ramon Chen, VP MarketingRELTIO

September 18 - 8:30 LESSONS LEARNED FROM RECENT M&A ACTIVITIES: WAR STORIES PANEL
Over the course of the past 18 months, the medical device industry has experienced some of the highest levels of mergers & acquisition activity recorded to date, and as a result, many executives and organizations have sharpened acquisition skill-sets and have also learned substantial lessons. This panel discussion will bring together leading executives in the device industry who will share recent experiences, lessons, as well as challenges that lie ahead for the industry as it continues to evolve and grow. Learning from recent experiences will provide an opportunity for discussing best practices across the business development spectrum; from identifying appropriate targets to negotiating in order to secure the optimal outcome.

Moderator:
Ramon Chen, VP MarketingRELTIO

Girish Gangadharan, Analyst, Corporate Strategy & Development
ANALOGIC

Richard B. Smith, PartnerMCDERMOTT WILL & EMERY