IT Due Diligence

Information Technology (IT) due diligence requires a deep understanding of the technical landscape of a company as well as the ability to assess each business unit’s dependence on IT. A comprehensive due diligence review and assessment should address all critical areas including but not limited to the following:

  • IT Governance
  • IT Strategic Plans
  • IT Operations Practices
  • Operational & Capital Budgets
  • Vendor Management
  • IT Compliance
  • Current & Future Projects
  • Infrastructure Management and Delivery
  • Applications Management and Delivery
  • Performance Management
  • IT Innovation and Process Automation
  • Risk Assessment, Security, Disaster Recovery, and Business Continuity Planning

In each area, the objective of the due diligence process is to assess current performance, identify risks and opportunities, and develop transition plans that close the identified gaps. IT due diligence is accomplished using a systematic process involving data gathering, on-site visits, research and analysis, and ultimately the development of viable transition plans and/or agreements.

The IT due diligence process is a requirement for companies that are:

  • uncertain of the effectiveness of their current IT operations and want assistance in determining a direction that quickly delivers benefits to the business; or
  • engaged in a Merger, Acquisition, and/or Divestiture of their business.

In each situation, Levy LeGette is the “Trusted Advisor” every C-Level Executive needs. There is no conflict of interest in our operations as we are not associated with nor do we sell or profit from the sale of vendors’ products. Our recommendations are unbiased and always in our clients’ best interests. We are comprised of former CIO’s and other senior Business Executives with the proven know-how to effectively execute IT due diligence assessments efficiently and with minimal disruption to business operations.