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PA Consulting or Siemens Business Services

 
#1 PA Consulting or Siemens Business Services
28/03/2006 14:57

Guapo

Hello, what are the general oppinions when comapring these two firms?

At SBS I have been working with SAP full time and at PA (ISI Practice) I will be working on a number of different IT-related projects. Which one do you think looks best in my CV?

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#2 Re: PA Consulting or Siemens Business Services
28/03/2006 17:31

RecruitGal

SBS are not in great shape really. PA is going to look better, and will be more secure in the long run...

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#3 Re: PA Consulting or Siemens Business Services
29/03/2006 20:38

big4 consultant

My impression is that PA is more focused on consulting, whereas SBS is more of an outsourcing/BPO house. This is coming from someone without experience of either organisation, so can only talk about general CV brownie points rather than what the work actually entails.

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#4 Re: PA Consulting or Siemens Business Services
30/03/2006 14:10

Jamie Oliver

PA consulting anyday. SBS is just a smaller version of EDS - bog std outsourcing and BPO. PA does a lot more strategic work and tends to be client side rather than supplier side. Good mix of short-sharp and longer term projects. PA is not a BCG or Mckinsey, but a lot of ops and process transformation, IT programme mgt and setting up, shared services and sourcing strategy type work that is very much in vogue from a skills perspective. BTW - i dont work for either!!

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