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Operations Due Diligence by James F. Grebey

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ON-SITE ASSESSMENTS

If the due diligence process were a “journey of discovery,” then the onsite assessment phase would be “dealing with the native population”! The on-site assessment should follow a strict agenda, which you will have prepared during the planning for discovery phase. You will have provided the agenda to the business in advance of the on-site assessment, and you will have established a single point of contact that you will be able to work through.

The business will need to collect any requested documentation in advance, along with any records or other data requested (by either copying the documents or loading them electronically into a due diligence document management system). Receipts should be provided for all documents collected, ...

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