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Accenture BSI - Technology or Strategy?

 
#1 Accenture BSI - Technology or Strategy?
03/12/2006 18:46

M

In Wetfeet publications (etc.) about Accenture, they seem to differentiate between analyst (except strategy) and business analyst (strategy only). But in the Accenture website, there are three positions: 1/ BSI 2/ Technology Consulting and 3/ Business Consulting.

My question is, is Accenture's (UK) BSI position for graduate level entry closer to technology or business/strategy consulting?

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#2 RE: Accenture BSI - Technology or Strategy?
04/12/2006 01:01

acon to M (#1)

Accenture UK's BSI is closer to "business" consulting.

I believe that the situation with Wetfeet etc. comes about because the emphasis in Accenture college hiring used to be on ACN (Accenture Consulting Network) vs. ATS (Accenture Technology Solutions) until very recently.

I think that ACN approximately included business consulting, systems integration, enterprise applications, strategy, change, supply chain, and the like. ATS approximately included pure technology and outsourcing.

The US and the UK have slightly different hiring models. In the US it is still oriented around ACN/ATS whereas in the UK the Technology, BSI and Business Consulting streams are split out more clearly at graduate level.

As Wetfeet. Vault, etc. are based around historic employee reports, and are also US-oriented, they tend to talk about the ACN/ATS division as those are the categories their data falls into.

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#3 RE: Accenture BSI - Technology or Strategy?
04/12/2006 14:42

M to acon (#2)

thank you very much for your insights, acon.

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