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As the economy continues to improve market experts are predicting a return to the Merger & Acquisition boom similar to what we experienced from 2004 to 2007. As usual the main driving factor is growth. But it has to be growth that makes sense. That means that companies will often look for synergies in their acquisitions that allow them to merge corporate functions and/or specific operations in order to achieve economies of scale. These economies create greater profit potential and ultimately help companies achieve success. Economies of scale can benefit companies in a number of areas, including technology. But how can a solution’s architecture help companies achieve economies of scale?...