Tech M&A solutions: Fuel growth through mergers and acquisitions | HCLTech
Fuel growth through M&A

Mergers and Acquisitions are Fueling Growth in Tech

Tech is a hotspot of mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

Whether you’re managing the integration or the separation of technology platforms and solutions, you know you will be most successful when you have a trusted partner with an impartial point of view throughout the process.

HCLTech has a robust M&A Playbook that focuses on key components of mergers and acquisitions, including cost savings, service continuity, business continuity, IT performance, program management and capability availability.

Our approach includes a robust library of templates and guidelines that focus on cultural integration and reducing redundancies, built upon a proprietary toolset for acceleration, transparency and scalability.

Mergers and acquisitions fueling growth in tech

M&A Solutions for Tech Companies

Merger and acquisition solutions for seamless transition models

Pre-merger assessment and planning

Mergers and acquisitions can bring opportunities and challenges – some are known, others reveal themselves along the way. HCLTech’s M&A Playbook helps you prepare.

Learn more

Learn more

Pre-merger Assessment and Planning

Starting your merger or acquisition process with a trusted 3rd party helps provide a holistic perspective early in your process, helping you expect the unexpected.

HCLTech has worked with a variety of tech clients during the pre-merger stage to identify risks associated with technology integrations, skill gaps and overlap, cultural synergies and challenges, IT integrations and more.

Understanding the landscape before, during and after the acquisition agreement has been completed help improve the chances for success.

  • Prizm® – accelerated IT portfolio assessment
  • MergeIT – M&A strategy framework
  • IoT WoRKS™ Intelligent Asset Tracking and Management (IATM) enhances asset on-boarding, transform inventory auditing processes, improve asset visibility, and helps you manage devices remotely.

Manage IT integration and transition

The HCLTech MergeIT framework looks at IT from a holistic perspective, enabling your business to assess the landscape from a pre-merger, merger and post-merger sustenance perspective.

Learn more

Learn more

Manage IT Integration and Transition

Not all M&A journeys face the same challenges, but over the years we have identified the commonalities and developed a library of frameworks, accelerators and processes to help decrease the chances of anything getting overlooked.

HCLTech helps you quickly get to the heart of what’s needed for success:

  1. Finalizing key integration decisions
  2. Designing an achievable integration plan
  3. Getting the costs and synergies right
  4. Setting up processes and key capabilities
  • ASSet™ – integrated transition strategy framework
  • Shared service management strategy
  • Sourcing strategy
  • Decommission and waste management for IT

Professional-Services-as-a-Service (PSaaS)

Maintain professional services and support continuity for your customers during acquisitions. HCLTech’s PSaaS model gives you the framework for seamless transition.

Learn more

Learn more

Professional-Services-as-a-Service (PSaaS)

Employees aren’t the only people to feel unsettled after the announcement of an acquisition or merger. Your customers also begin to wonder how the merger will impact them.

HCLTech’s PSaaS model helps ease everyone’s concerns by creating a seamless transition of your professional services and support teams and provide uninterrupted services for your customers.

  • Organizational change management
  • HR transition framework
Case Studies

M&A Solutions Case Studies

Learn how HCLTech helps technology companies fuel their growth through robust M&A solutions.


Our 15-year Journey of M&A Growth with Broadcom


Alan Davidson


“The key to partner longevity (with HCLTech) is embracing Broadcom culture, embracing our speed, embracing our methodologies, our simple approach to problem-solving and focusing on the business problem rather than the technology.”


Alan Davidson

Explore Our Latest Insights into Mergers and Acquisitions in Tech