Manufacturing in India Can Be Globally Competitive, According to Accenture Study

India’s manufacturing industry could substantially impact the country’s economic well-being by increasing its growth rate from the current 6 percent to 11 percent by 2006 according to an Accenture study released today, “Making Manufacturing in India Globally Competitive.”
April 04, 2002

Police IT Organisation Takes First Steps into e-Procurement with Accenture’s Help

The U.K. Police Information Technology Organisation (PITO) has placed its first order through a new pilot eProcurement system delivered in just 10 weeks by Accenture.
March 21, 2002

Senior Executives Focus Overwhelmingly on Cost Cutting During Tough Economic Times According to Survey

According to a survey released by Accenture, 80 percent of executives said their companies were able to cut costs, improve efficiencies, enhance customer service and revenues, or improve competitiveness with supply chain management initiatives.
February 06, 2002

Online Ordering Improves for e-Tailers in the U.S. as Europe Struggles to Catch Up

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

Embracing eProcurement Solutions Doesn’t Necessarily Lead to high ROIs, According to Accenture Pan-European Study