As the corporation and its information technology infrastructure become more virtual, information technology itself becomes more of a strategic asset to the corporation. A poorly functioning information technology infrastructure can be expensive to fix but left undone it can be a significant drain on corporate functionality and profitability. This is especially important to an acquiring company. Just as the acquiring company needs to review the financial statements to understand the viability and profitability of an acquisition target it needs to fully understand the technology assets of the company to be sure that it will not end up purchasing a company that has a poorly functioning IT infrastructure as well as being assured that it will not have to spend thousands of dollars on hardware and software licensing.

Micro Support Group can help with the due diligence process providing a service that reviews all of the relevant information about a target's IT infrastructure.