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Accenture F&PM

 
#1 Accenture F&PM
27/01/2007 11:04

Viera

People,

I'm mulling over an offer to join the Accenture F&PM team at consultant level. Currently working in a Big 4 Firm.

Would appreciate any thoughts on what it is like working in that team and what the hours are like.

Or anything else that I should consider!

Thanks

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#2 RE: Accenture F&PM
06/02/2007 17:45

Dave to Viera (#1)

Hi Viera,

I;m in F&PM. The hours really depend (a) on the project and (b) your role. THere is no standard. At the minute, I start at about 9 (taxi though is at 8:15 from hotel) and work until about 7 or so every night. Not bad and certainly if you are out of town anyway, you hardly notice it or care that much.

People are great. Full stop. But you may find some of the work boring as I do. It is mostly SI work so the only "consulting" you will be doing is requirements gathering analysis - being frank. THe Sales etc comes primarily after Manager level.

Gotta go.

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#3 RE: Accenture F&PM
06/02/2007 18:56

tommo to Dave (#2)

I'm in Accenture at the mo. Its OK. Its my third project in a row where I am spending my time asking clients about their requirements for SAP FICO. I get to do the designs next so that will be more interesting.

I am thinking about moving on though. A bit worried that I am becoming more of an SI guy than consultant.

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#4 RE: Accenture F&PM
07/02/2007 10:52

Viera to tommo (#3)

Thanks guys,

If I accept, I'll be coming in as a "tax transformation consultant"

I suspect that would be mostly SI too - could anyone confirm?

Cheers

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#5 RE: Accenture F&PM
07/02/2007 18:47

Piush to Viera (#4)

i too am a SAP FICO consultant and in Accenture. i am currently working for a client where i am selling more work for application outsourcing, Design, Build and ultimately deployment.

i wud say its fun :)

depends really wat u want out of this offer really!

But FP&M will be a different ball game... depends are u gonna be process oriented or technology ... i.e. SAP, Oracle etc.

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#6 RE: Accenture F&PM
27/08/2007 06:38

Joe to Dave (#2)

Hi, I have my second skill interview on couple days with a manager from F&PM for a analyst position. My backroun is in the banking industry. What type of questions could i expect? Thanks

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