When Covid-19 tightened its grip on the world last March, my company, Unanet, was deep into the process of integrating a company we had acquired the previous October. Months later, the pandemic still raging, we announced another acquisition, knowing full well the prevailing limitations on conducting business in-person could hamper the vital work of coalescing the newly acquired company with our own.
To say the Covid-19 pandemic has been disruptive to our integration efforts would be an understatement. But even in the throes of a pandemic, meshing the people, processes, infrastructure, products, customer base and most importantly, the culture, of an acquired company can be
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