Businesses today operate in a digital world. This means that technology plays a significant role in day-to-day operations, interactions with customers and the integrity of financial information. If an organization has not properly maintained its technology, including the security of that technology, the fundamentals of a transaction and the associated value of the acquisition could be compromised.
In this webinar, we will discuss why technology due diligence should be a part of every transaction. We will review the aspects of technology and cybersecurity that introduce risks impacting the validity and valuation of various transactions. Additionally, we will provide case studies to showcase how our clients use technology due diligence assessments to gain more confidence in their transactions, as well as uncover significant IT costs that enabled them to negotiate a more favorable purchase price.
At the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Describe the components of a technology due diligence assessment
- Identify key transaction risks associated with technology and cybersecurity
- Approach technology due diligence assessments with confidence, as part of their next transaction
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions during the webinar.
Baker Tilly is offering one (1) hour total CPE credit for attendees of this webinar.
Information about CPE eligibility
There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar.
CPE credit: One (1) hour total credit
Field of study: Specialized Knowledge
CPE host: Hannah Brylow
A certificate of completion will be e-mailed to you four to six weeks after the event. For more information regarding administrative policies such as compliant and refund policies, please contact our offices at 608 540 2522.
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