December 10, 2002

Accenture Introduces Comprehensive Services for Siebel Systems’ Universal Application Network

Building upon its global strategic alliance with Siebel Systems, Accenture announced the availability of a comprehensive set of services designed to deliver cost-effective cross-application integration through Universal Application Network (UAN).
November 26, 2002

Accenture and KLM Sign Multi-year Agreement to Enhance KLM's Web-based Systems

Accenture and KLM today announced that, following a successful test phase, they will move ahead with a long-term "co-sourcing" agreement, announced earlier this year, under which Accenture will help KLM enhance its Web-based Internet and intranet systems.
November 25, 2002

eBay, HP and Accenture Open First HP Store on Worlds’ Largest Online Marketplace

eBay, HP, and Accenture today announced the opening of the first HP Store on eBay, which is built on Accenture’s Connection to eBay service.
November 21, 2002

PBS Selects Accenture to Develop System Enabling Transition to Digital TV

The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) today announced that it selected Accenture to build an advanced program and trafficking system to provide PBS’ member stations with critical programming and scheduling information management services.
November 07, 2002

Accenture Survey of German Business Travelers Predicts Near-Term Growth for Travel Industry

Business travel will likely increase over the coming months, according to an Accenture survey of more than 400 business travelers at Germany-based companies.
November 05, 2002

New Accenture Book Redefines How Companies Must Leverage Customer Relationships to Increase Profits

Accenture today released The Ultimate CRM Handbook: Strategies and Concepts for Building Enduring Customer Loyalty and Profitability, a new publication designed to help senior executives improve their companies’ customer relationships and enhance brand value while mitigating risk associated with CRM investments.
November 01, 2002

Despite Sluggish Economy, Consumers are Willing to Spend More, According to Accenture Research

Despite government reports indicating that U.S. and European consumers have trimmed their spending due to the weakened economy, new research from Accenture shows that consumers are willing to spend more on products and services, but only on those that are innovative and offer features meaningful to them.
November 01, 2002

Increase in Use of Third-Party Logistics Providers Likely to Be Less Than Previously Expected, According to Accenture Study

The number of American manufacturing executives that would increase their use of third-party logistics providers has dropped significantly this year, according to a survey by Accenture and Northeastern University.