VEP: Accenture 2003
Vault, Inc. | 2002 | ISBN: 1581311842 | PDF | pages 45 | 1.07 Mb
Vault employer profile of the company featuring recruiting, interviewing process, corporate culture, salary and more. Accenture, known until January 1, 2001 as Andersen Consulting, is one of the world’s largest consulting firms, second only to IBM Global Services in terms of total revenue. According to Consulting News, it has the largest U.S. market hare (at 9 percent, it has more than double that of Deloitte Consulting, the next largest) and the second largest global market share (8 percent, behind IBM’s 9 percent). With more than 75,000 people in 47 countries, Accenture draws from a vast array of industrial and technical expertise: Consultants in its five operating groups and its eight service lines work together to design and deliver strategies and solutions for 89 of the Fortune Global 100 and more than half of the Fortune Global 500 – not to mention several hundred startups and spin-offs. The firm’s huge staff and wide range of experience enables it to bring both focus and massive manpower to any consulting task. Accenture, which works with more than 2,500 client organizations worldwide, earned revenues topping the $11 billion mark in fiscal 2001.
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