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Deloitte Consulting vs. Deloitte and Touche?

 
#1 Deloitte Consulting vs. Deloitte and Touche?
08/03/2003 00:00

Daniel

Hi,

I was working for Deloitte consulting back in Australia in their Technology section, as an SAP consultant.

I am now in the UK, contracting, and am interviewing with D&T next week. Just wondering what the main differences between the 2 firms are.

Also, I would like to get more into business consulting and wondering if D&T would help with this.

Thanks,

Daniel.

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#2 consulting vs business advisory
11/03/2003 00:00

Ben L.

Daniel - I would say the accounting link is the main thing to consider. DC - soon to be Braxton - is a pure consulting firm, whilst D&T is an accounting firm with a business advisory arm. It seems that most UK accounting firms will continue to provide consulting / business advisory services for the foreseeable future; but they will be more restricted in the client base they can win since overlaps between audit and consulting clients are likely to raise independence issues at Board level. In the current climate I would say having either on your CV is a good move. Good luck!

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#3 Re: Deloitte Consulting vs. Deloitte and Touche?
12/03/2003 00:00

Andrew

Daniel,

Based on my experience in D&T's in the U.S. consulting practice (management solutions and services), I would encourage you to focus your due diligence in 2 areas: Nature of consulting and commitment to the profession.

On the first issue, the nature of consulting varies between DC and D&T on issues more significant than size of client. The bread-and-butter of D&T non-audit revenues come from IT implementation/conversion, tax consulting and human capital advisory services. At least in the U.S., the more traditional management and strategy consulting has received far less emphasis and support at D&T than DC. If you’re content to build your career in the tech and SAP realm, this may not be an issue for you.

Regarding commitment, Jim Copeland and Bill Parrett were vocally reluctant to spin off DC. However, when they made the decision to follow the other leading accountancies, their rationale was that the market demanded independence between auditing and consulting. This syllogism, however, raises questions around why they would still keep some consulting at D&T while spinning off the rest to DC. Though I can’t explain this inconsistency, maybe D&T leadership can. You just need to seek out and be comfortable with their answer.

Hopefully this is useful food for thought. Good luck!

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#4 Re: Deloitte Consulting vs. Deloitte and Touche?
20/03/2003 00:00

What

If you look at the performance/ employment figures at DC; you will know that they have fired alot of Audit aswell as IT consulting (EMEA). The later doing worse. Audit is for the young, Tax is for the wise and IT is for the rest (without a social life)

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#5 Re: Deloitte Consulting vs. Deloitte and Touche?
27/03/2003 00:00

biradar c.p.

list the openings available and required experience and qualification.

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