Technology, Telecom & Electronics


The Technology, Telecommunications and Electronics industry is typically an early-cycle leader. Challenging market conditions in recent years made outperformance difficult due to a maturing global economic cycle combined with a lagging government market for IT as government entities continue to struggle with high deficits.

Outside of cloud and smart computing solutions, company management and investors alike experienced a general slowdown in technology goods and services. During this period, strong and flexible balance sheets were necessary to generate value through internal investment or M&A. As the economy has improved, so has the outlook for IT, and many companies are looking to aggressively expand.

Conway MacKenzie’s team of professionals has extensive experience in the Technology, Telecommunications and Electronics industry and has assisted various stakeholders in restructurings and transactions involving:

  • Strategic technology service providers
  • Electronic equipment manufacturers, distributors and vendors
  • Fixed-line, mobile, broadband and other data communications providers
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Bring Costs in Line with Revenue

The Engagement

Conway MacKenzie worked with a public company in the computer peripheral and network service industries with annual revenue of approximately $350 million. The company manufactured, distributed, sold, and serviced computer peripherals as well as provided network installation and integration sales and service.

Our Role

Conway MacKenzie oversaw and managed the termination of union contracts, pension, retirement, and health insurance plans for the entity’s former employees which were both union and non-union, as well as addressing various environmental issues.

The Result

The actions the company took while working with Conway MacKenzie helped to bring the company’s cost and workforce in line with market revenue.

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