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The AMA Handbook of Due Diligence by Andrew J. Sherman, William M. Crilly

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ENTITY Form 12-22
REF.
PREPARED BY REVIEWED BY
REVISION DATE SECTION PAGE
308
POTENTIAL IMPACT OF AN ACQUISITION ON THE INVENTORY CONTROL
ORGANIZATIONS
POTENTIAL IMPACT ON THE INVENTORY CONTROL STAFFS
Is it currently anticipated that the inventory control functions will be consolidated after the acquisition?
[ ] Yes [ ] No
If so, based on the present knowledge of the qualifications of the individuals, which personnel appear to
be redundant? Provide names and titles.
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
If the inventory control staffs are merged, what currently appears to be the preferred location?
____________________________________________________________________________________
If the inventory control staffs are not merged, what currently appears to be the future reporting relationships?
Will each organization have its own inventory control management? If so, to whom will they report?
____________________________________________________________________________________
Will one of the inventory control managers report to the other? If so, which one currently appears to be
the more qualified to hold the top position?
____________________________________________________________________________________
Other potential arrangements?
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
ENTITY Form 12-23
309
REF.
PREPARED BY REVIEWED BY
REVISION DATE SECTION PAGE
POTENTIAL IMPACT OF AN ACQUISITION ON THE PURCHASING ORGANIZATIONS
POTENTIAL IMPACT ON THE PURCHASING STAFFS
Is it currently anticipated that the purchasing functions will be consolidated after the acquisition?
[ ] Yes [ ] No
If so, based on the present knowledge of the qualifications of the individuals, which personnel appear to
be redundant? Provide names and titles.
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
If the purchasing staffs are merged, what currently appears to be the preferred location?
____________________________________________________________________________________
If the purchasing staffs are not merged, what currently appears to be the future reporting relationships?
Will each organization have its own purchasing management? If so, to whom will they report?
____________________________________________________________________________________
Will one of the purchasing managers report to the other ? If so, which one currently appears to be the
more qualified to hold the top position?
____________________________________________________________________________________
Other potential arrangements?
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
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