The National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) has completed a major agency-wide financial system upgrade with the help of Accenture that is designed to improve the way the agency manages its projects, achieve cost savings through more efficient financial management processes, and enhance its ability to adhere to federal cost accounting standards.
The economy remains a major concern for business travelers and may be limiting the travel industry’s ability to raise prices, but business travel shows signs of growth, according to a survey of U.K. business travelers released today by Accenture.
The outsourcing of finance and accounting functions is primed for growth, with more than 70 percent of senior executives predicting that demand will become even more prevalent over the next three years, according to a study released today by Accenture and the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
New technology that tags and tracks inventory and equipment could save manufacturers and retailers billions of dollars each year, according to research released today by Accenture. The technology, known as auto-ID, is a combination of electronic product codes (EPC) and radio frequency identification (RFID).
Accenture today announced that Mary Tolan, Group Chief Executive, Resources, has been named Corporate Development Officer and that David Thomlinson, head of the company’s Resources operating group in Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA) and Latin America, will succeed Ms. Tolan as Group Chief Executive, Resources. These changes are effective immediately.
La Rinascente and Accenture today announced that the two companies will provide finance, account processing and technology services to all divisions of Gruppo Rinascente through a company that will include the employees, operations and infrastructure of the retail group's existing service center operations.
Accenture today introduced a new software platform designed to help companies build and integrate e-business applications on BEA WebLogic Platform™ more quickly and cost-effectively than previously possible.
Despite global health, economic and geopolitical concerns, business travel shows signs of growth in the United States, according to a survey of more than 1,600 U.S. business travelers released today by Accenture.
Implementing the right idea at the right time can be the difference between success or failure for even large, established companies, according to a new book by Thomas Davenport, director of the Accenture Institute for Strategic Change, and Laurence Prusak, a management consultant and researcher.
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