Case study: A PSP aquisition

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Technical due diligence | A PSP Aquisition

Case study

Description

A European mobile network operator considered to acquire a Payment Service Provider company, with an in-house built platform.

Our added value

Our technical due diligence check on the target revealed a number of findings where we highlighted and prioritized the risks, and suggested mitigating actions.

Outcome

The target has been acquired and integrated, taking our advice into the integration plan.

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TO BE CHANGED Case studies can be produced by following a formal research method. These case studies are likely to appear in formal research venues, as journals and professional conferences, rather than popular works. Case study research can mean single and multiple case studies, can include quantitative evidence, relies on multiple sources of evidence, and benefits from the prior development of theoretical propositions. Case studies may involve both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Single-subject research provides the statistical framework for making inferences from quantitative case-study data.[1]

TO BE CHANGED Case studies can be produced by following a formal research method. These case studies are likely to appear in formal research venues, as journals and professional conferences, rather than popular works. Case study research can mean single and multiple case studies, can include quantitative evidence, relies on multiple sources of evidence, and benefits from the prior development of theoretical propositions. Case studies may involve both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Single-subject research provides the statistical framework for making inferences from quantitative case-study data.[1][2] Another suggestion is that case study should be defined as a research strategy, an empirical inquiry that investigates a phenomenon within its real-life context. DUMMY

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