Transitional Service Agreement Services

This is where the Transition Service Agreement (TSA) is used. This critical contract ensures that business-critical services, such as technology, accounting and other infrastructure supports, will continue uninterrupted after the sale. The buyer usually pays for the seller to provide these services over a limited period of time, while the divested company develops its own skills or establishes itself in the structure of a new parent organization. A large transaction could contain hundreds of TSAs, which would allow for faster accounts and allow business leaders to focus on core business.