If abundant 5G and advances around digital twin technology spark a resurgence in smart cities, TBR anticipates Atos will continue to turn inspiration sessions into small-scale implementations across Europe and in some select cities outside the vendor’s home region.
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Intelligence automation may be one of PwC’s key methods for helping the firm and its clients attract and keep talent.
PwC’s My+ could completely alter the way Big Four firms and other professional services vendors recruit, retain and manage their talent.
TBR met with Atos senior leadership to discuss sustainability and Atos’ role as an ecosystem orchestrator, a services vendor and a role model for decarbonization.
TBR recently met with PwC’s US ESG Leader and a longtime PwC Partner to discuss PwC’s views in developments around sustainability and decarbonization.
PwC’s Industry Cloud strategy aligns with current trends in the cloud market, namely services, collaboration with partners, and industry alliances and preconfigured ecosystems.
Evolving public blockchain for the masses to enterprise-ready solutions positions EY among the key ecosystem enablers.
Join Practice Manager Patrick Heffernan, Principal Analyst Boz Hristov, Senior Analyst Elitsa Bakalova, Senior Analyst Kelly Lesiczka and Analyst John Croll for a discussion on which vendors have fared best in IT services, consulting and digital transformation amid the global pandemic. The team will evaluate the strategies and investments made by different vendors, including in […]
In early 2022 a PwC use case drew TBR’s attention, particularly its assertion that “PwC and SAP co-developed a process to allow clients to migrate to SAP’s Group Reporting module at any point in the year.”
A new emphasis on consulting — if it is matched with sustained investments in training, selective hiring and concurrent upskilling around digital transformation — could enhance Huawei’s competitive advantages for engagements that extend beyond essential technology needs.