Achieving synergy savings after a merger is the ideal state. But getting there can be quite a challenge.

A leading chemicals manufacturer discovered this when it tried to transition to integrated facilities management. While one of the sub-companies was contracted with a single vendor, the other had multiple suppliers and didn’t believe IFM was a suitable strategy.

Faced with high administrative costs and opposing views, the manufacturer engaged GEP to make the transition to a single IFM provider.

Find out how GEP aligned differing views, established a unified facilities management policy, helped the client partner with a leading IFM player — and save 10% on costs in the first year itself.

A must-read for procurement leaders looking to integrate operations and realize synergy savings.

Theme: Procurement