The Strategic Integration of Enterprises as Determinant Of Merger and Acquisition Success

Dusica Stevcevska Srbinoska


Mergers and acquisitions are driven by the same motive: synergy creation and realization of larger value by combining companies. However, numerous merger and acquisition efforts show a lack of critical success elements: attention directed towards integration of employees and work processes. In this research, I focus on analysis of the meaning of post-transactional integration of mergers and acquisitions as a determinant to the business deal success, with particular emphasis on the Republic of Macedonia. The success of the merger i.e. acquisition act depends on how the deal is conducted, i.e. on the success of the integration process, which I demonstrate through a field research across several Macedonian enterprises.

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