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Germany, Financial Services Bright Spots in Quiet Q1 for Sourcing in EMEA
Country and sector results vary but region’s long-term consistency maintained. read more
Grant Thornton’s picture perfect transaction with Kodak Alaris scoops top prize at the MCA Awards
Big Four firms win nine MCA Awards... read more
How to manage a new generation of leaders
The new generation of leaders often has a completely different way of working from their older counterparts, writes Melissa Baxter, Director, Executive Search, Russam GMS. read more
KPMG Opens First Ignition Center
Immersive, collaborative environment accelerates the design, development and delivery of cutting-edge solutions. read more
KPMG wins industry accolades at MCA awards
KPMG’s management consultancy team has been recognised by the industry’s leading trade body for its work advising businesses and public sector organisations to help them boost performance and improve the service they deliver to customers. read more
New Roland Berger study: Limited returns on capital investments require new approaches in the telecom industry
Inefficient capital expenditure (CAPEX) allocation for telecom operators is shrinking profitability, given rising data traffic and lowered voice call revenues. read more
Capgemini and NICE Systems announce a new Robotics Automation Hub
Automation technology and digital transformation consulting together helping businesses drive process efficiency and increase employee satisfaction. read more
Innovation and Technology will Increase ROI with Workplace Training, Accenture and CCCE report shows
TORONTO; April 22, 2015 – Canadian companies must act to take greater advantage of new technologies to deliver better workplace education and training, and to drive competitiveness and productivity, according to a new report by Accenture in collaboration with the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE). read more
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