As a result of these changes, GG1 increased its market-share from 12 percent to 28 percent.
Since some companies that had previously been interested in GG1 had now turned to alternatives, only two suitors remained.
Personnel in G1 and GG1 had actually known each other for some time.
G1 argued that it was acquiring GG1 for several reasons.
It was particularly important to retain the top management because the relationship that GG1 had with its clients was even more significant than its product and services.
According to the Director, who was responsible for HR in Spain and the post-acquisition integration process in GG1, G1 did not change anything at GG1.