Accenture: History

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Initially called Andersen Consulting, Accenture was formally established in 1989 when a group of partners from the Consulting division of the various Arthur Andersen firms around the world formed a new organization focused on consulting and technology services related to managing large-scale systems integration and enhancing business processes. Accenture changed its name from Andersen Consulting in 2001 after severing ties from its parent company Arthur Andersen. The company went public on the NYSE in April, 2001. | |

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|Accenture: The Growth of a Global Leader | |  | | | |Continuous innovation and rapid transformation have been themes throughout Accenture’s history. | |Initially called Andersen Consulting, Accenture was formally established in 1989 when a group of partners from the Consulting | |division of the various Arthur Andersen firms around the world formed a new organization focused on consulting and technology | |services related to managing large-scale systems integration and enhancing business processes. | |That same year Accenture formalized Business Integration, its framework for aligning a client’s people, processes and technology| |in support of its overall strategy to enable all components of the client organization to work to enhance business performance. | |During its first 10 years, Accenture evolved from a systems integrator to a global management consulting and technology services| |company, providing the full range of consulting, outsourcing and related technology services. | |A New...
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