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Making mergers, divestitures work for CIOs

Ali Bandukwalla, Pavel Krumkachev, Shalva Nolen and Rajat Sharma | June 13, 2008
Even the most seasoned IT executives worry about an integration's budgetary impact and recognize the advantages of quick completion.

Ali Bandukwalla is a manager in the technology integration service area of Deloitte Consulting. He focuses on providing consulting services involving enterprise data management for large-scale business transformation and system integration projects.

Pavel Krumkachev is a senior manager in the business integration and operation service line of Deloitte Consulting. His experience includes providing consulting services involving IT merger integration and divestiture; Oracle and Siebel enterprise application implementations; enterprise application integration and systems architecture; IT infrastructure design and implementation; business and technology strategy development; and program management.

Shalva Nolen is a senior consultant in the platform architecture and infrastructure service line in Deloitte Consulting's technology integration service area. Her focus has been on providing consulting services involving next-generation data centers, M&A IT integration, custom IT implementations and IT shared-services operations.

Rajat Sharma is a senior consultant in the technology integration service area of Deloitte Consulting. He focuses on providing consulting services involving the solution architecture of middleware-enabled business process, applications, and system component integration within and across enterprises.

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