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BearingPoint – we reveal the success strategies being put in place to differentiate the firm from its major competitors

Is it still possible for major consulting firms to really differentiate themselves from one another? BearingPoint are striving to do just that, as this week's interview demonstrates.>>>>>

Fast growing tech CEOs plan to increase headcount by 25% or more

Confident technology CEOs are shrugging off economic and security worries and focusing inward to strengthen their companies and increase growth, according to Deloitte's 2005 CEO Survey of the fastest growing technology companies in North America as ranked on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500.>>>>>

BearingPoint to develop integrated property tax system for San Diego

BearingPoint has been awarded by the County of San Diego a three-year, $31 million contract to develop and implement a custom-developed integrated property tax system.>>>>>

CSC wins IBM partner award

Computer Sciences Corporation has been awarded the 2005 IBM PartnerWorld Beacon Award for "Best Use of IBM Technology in a Business Solution by a Global Consultant and Integrator Business Partner".>>>>>

Study finds more companies may undertake Six Sigma this year

Although Six Sigma programs totalled only 5 percent of all performance improvement initiatives undertaken in the past three years by companies surveyed in a major study, the statistically rigorous approach to operations excellence may be in for major growth this year.>>>>>

CSC signs $17.6 million contract with Chinese insurer

Computer Sciences Corporation has signed a five-year, $17.6 million contract with China Pacific Property Insurance Company (CPPIC), the second-largest property and casualty insurer in China with 26,000 employees and 1,700 offices throughout the country.>>>>>

Deloitte acquires Chinese accounting firm

Deloitte has announced it will acquire Beijing Pan-China CPA, one of China's largest accounting firms.>>>>>

LogicaCMG expands nearshore capabilities

LogicaCMG opened its Waterton offices in Bridgend this month as part of an investment programme announced last year, which is to create more than 750 new jobs by 2007.>>>>>

Just what are these small start-up consultancies doing right?

If we picture ourselves in the year 2010, looking back on the last decade of developments in the consulting market, there are a number of trends that are bound to stand out.>>>>>

Major consultancies to reintroduce Partner status?

Traditional consulting partnerships have been wiped out in the last few years by a wave of company flotations.>>>>>

BearingPoint’s new CEO appointment renews sale speculations

BearingPoint’s announcement that it will likely have to restate at least the first three quarters of fiscal 2004 and will have to report material weaknesses in its internal financial controls was pushed to the background by the naming of a new CEO to head the company.>>>>>

Atos Origin returns to profit; signs its biggest UK deal

Atos Origin returned to profit in 2004, helped by an increase in IT spending and the successful management of its Sema acquisition.>>>>>

PIPC expands further in US

Global project management firm, PIPC, has opened a second US office, following the successful launch of its New York practice a year ago.>>>>>

MCA elects financial services expert for president

David Bailey, Joint Managing Director of Impact Plus, a leading independent management consultancy in the financial services and public sectors, has been elected president of the Management Consultancies Association (MCA), the trade association for UK-based consulting firms.>>>>>

Employment figures on the up worldwide

It’s not only the management consulting sector.>>>>>

Cybertrust subsidiary named leader in managed security services

In the most recent METAspectrum report on managed security services in Europe, Ubizen, a Cybertrust subsidiary, received the highest ranking in both performance and presence criteria.>>>>>

Renault outsources IT operations for €587 million

French automaker Renault has outsourced the bulk of its IT operations to Atos Origin, Computer Sciences Corporation and Hewlett-Packard in five-year contracts worth €587 million ($789 million).>>>>>

Open Source – the next big opportunity for consulting firms?

Could Open Source prove to be the next big money-maker for the world's consulting giants? To date only IBM has really got behind open source, so there could be quite a “land grab” in the coming year as more firms seize its potential.>>>>>

UK consulting sector surges ahead with 15% year-on-year growth

The UK consulting sector is booming again, with official figures this week showing firms achieved year-on-year revenue growth of 15% in the 12 month period to end 2004.>>>>>

Consulting is not just a man's game

This week saw Accenture engage in a new initiative to dispel the notion that consulting is a man's game and to attract more women into their business.>>>>>

There’s no denying the recruitment frenzy of the dot-com era is back

Whoever you talk to you can sense it.>>>>>

Wipro plans to open another centre in China

Wipro Technologies said it plans to have a software development centre in Beijing within the next five to six months.>>>>>

More than 600 high school students become consultants for a day

Deloitte & Touche USA LLP played host to more than 600 “at risk” high school students across the country, as part of “School to Work Day” last week.>>>>>

Deloitte earns sixth place on 'Training Top 100' list

Deloitte & Touche USA LLP has been named to Training magazine's 2005 “Training Top 100” list, a national survey of organizations that excel at human capital development.>>>>>

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