October 26, 2020

Unlocking Digital Potential in M&A Dealmaking

Merlin Piscitelli, CRO, EMEA, explores the role Covid-19 has had in changing the way in which deals are getting done, as well as the new technologies that are helping dealmakers speed up the M&A process.The article focuses on adoption of digital technologies, and references findings from The New State of M&A: an EMEA perspective.

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