Accenture Survey Finds U.S. Holiday Shoppers Plan to Spend Same Amount as Last Year, Report Strong Preference for Stores Over Internet

Despite forecasts of gloom, holiday shoppers are planning to spend the same amount as they did last year, according to new Accenture research. Shoppers hope to spend their holiday dollars on sale items, and most will turn to physical stores as their first choice of shopping venue.
November 20, 2001

Accenture Unveils Java Framework for BEA WebLogic E-Business Platform

Sixty Eight Percent of Executives Unable to Measure Marketing Campaign Return on Investment, Says Accenture Study

Nearly three quarters of the marketing executives in the U.S. and the U.K. say that their company is unable to measure a marketing campaign’s Return On Investment (ROI), according to a study released by Accenture
November 07, 2001

Majority of Travelers Continue with Holiday Flight Plans, According to New Accenture Research

The Use of Third-Party Logistics Providers Steadily Rises According to Accenture Survey

According to a survey conducted by Accenture and Northeastern University, a trend to expand outsourcing logistics to third-party logistics (3PL) providers internationally is gaining momentum among American manufacturers.
November 01, 2001

ABB Alliance With Accenture to Provide Manufacturing Solutions

ABB and Accenture announce an alliance to bring a new generation of enterprise manufacturing solutions to the largest global customers in the manufacturing and utility sectors.
November 01, 2001

Accenture Names Six Outside Directors to Its Board

Accenture announces the appointments of six outside executives to the company’s board of directors.
October 25, 2001

Avaya and Accenture Form Alliance To Provide Customer Relationship Management Systems For Enterprises

Avaya and Accenture announce a customer relationship management (CRM) alliance to deliver contact center business solutions to help enterprises increase operational efficiency, enhance and retain customer relationships and support revenue growth.
October 23, 2001