Programmatic M&A is a new way for companies to approach and capitalize on the power of relationships. It involves strategic planning around themes, or cases that can be repetitively acquired through less frequent deals with partners who have already been established in their field; this contrasts large scale purchases which may take longer periods but could provide greater returns if successful - especially due at least partly because there's no need wait until your next funding round!

It’s an approach to strategic deals that focuses on the power of relationships and partnerships. It's different from large, less frequent acquisitions because it tries new services in addition with old ones while looking for partners daily-to keep up with industry trends!

How does the programmatic approach help?

Programmatic mergers and acquisitions can provide a reliable source for growth in all sectors. The benefits include higher shareholder return, outperforming organic strategies as well being less risky than OGA practices due to their ability withstand economic downturns or periods of uncertainty like during COVID-19 pandemic when people were returning home from work not knowing if they would ever see their families again because it had been confirmed that there was an outbreak at some point but didn't know how serious until later on down the road which made everyone panic even more so than before!

There are many benefits to consider when choosing programmatic merger candidates: higher return on investment for shareholders; outperforming organic growth strategies in times where the economy or market uncertainty make it difficult for companies' finances unstable (COVID-19 pandemic). With this method you can be sure your money won't go down with anything less than excellence!

How to use a programmatic approach?

By plumbing the depths of your company, you will be able to find its strengths and weaknesses. You can then use these findings as a guide for due diligence so that any potential targets are aligned with what's important in terms of culture fit - this way it'll save time down the line when integrating new members into an already existing team!

There is no one size fits all approach here; instead take advantage of technology tools like CRM database systems or even Google which allow businesses both large (multinationals)and small start ups to pool their data collection efforts toward comparison - this saves lots of valuable meetings/phone calls when multiple parties involved need information quickly!