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In TBR’s newest blog series, What Do You Think?, we’re sharing questions our subject-matter experts have been asking each other lately, as well as posing the question to our readers. If you’d like to discuss this edition’s topic further, contact Geoff Woollacott at firstname.lastname@example.org. Adoption accelerated as innovation stalled Last year’s pandemic-induced changes across the […]Read More
April 23: Local, state and international governments experienced more COVID-19 turbulence than U.S. federal agencies in 2Q20
State and local governments in the U.S. as well as civilian agencies of international governments saw significant disruption to tax revenues and their ability to provide even basic levels of citizen-facing services as a result of the pandemic. Employment services agencies, for example, were suddenly forced to operate at sharply lower levels, if at all, […]Register
EY’s Strategy and Transactions practice: Long-term value in the post-pandemic world
Investing more than $1B in technology, people and ecosystems According to EY Global Vice Chair for Strategy and Transactions Andrea Guerzoni, the firm is investing $1.5 billion in technology and people, with four specific goals. First, EY aims to improve the breadth and depth of its skills and expertise and accelerate innovation through a […]
Demand for digitization to support European economies drives IT services vendor investment
Dramatic need to shift to contactless payments Prior to the pandemic, demand for digitization services and deals in the European financial, public and retail verticals grew at a generous rate. Europe-focused vendors covered by TBR, including Accenture (NYSE: ACN), Atos (Nasdaq: ATOS), Capgemini, Deloitte and T-Systems, consistently expanded services and contracts surrounding related capabilities, such […]
Digital twins, innovation and Godzilla: 3 IT services trends for the rest of 2021
Digital twins, supply chains and IoT fuel near-term opportunities Increasingly in 2021, IT services vendors and consultancies will expand their offerings around digital twin solutions, reacting to both the maturation of the technology enabling digital twins and the heightened awareness, brought on by the pandemic, of the value of digital twins, particularly in the manufacturing […]
Know your consultancy: EY’s FinCrime practice and the future of compliance
Be the frictionless provider of FinCrime services Ron Giammarco, leader of EY Global FinCrime Managed Services, described EY’s foundational principles for the financial crime practice in both technology and business model terms, noting that the firm has been committed to making every new offering cloud-native, but still deployable on premises. EY’s FinCrime practice, which was […]