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Deloitte Consulting

 
#1 Deloitte Consulting
04/09/2003 00:00

Tom B

Was wondering if anyone could shed some light on what is happening over at Deloitte Consulting vis-a-vis their integration with Deloitte & Touche's business advisory arm? When will the two become one, how is the integration progressing and what brand name will the combined entity trade under? Any insights much appreciated. Tom

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#2 no more Braxton
04/09/2003 00:00

Ben

Tom, think the Braxton brand name change was shelved a while back - as I understand it the combined entity will just trade as Deloitte Consulting, itself part of Deloitte & Touche. Not at DT myself though - anyone out there with any better insights?

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#3 Re: Deloitte Consulting
04/09/2003 00:00

David Blanc

Alum of D&T and DC report stress and distress among practice leaders as service lines, industry programs and regional vs. functional groups are merged, while DC (never got to "Braxton") is joined back to its former (~7 yrs back) D&T structure. Some senior and other partners are departing one way or another with stability and regrowth foreseen within months. Groups with stronger practices and skill pools will come out on top more intact than redundant factions, whichever side of the Firm they were in before, e.g. D&T groups' financial-related practices and mid-market-package integrators, DC's supply chain groups. Bottom line is, given US Sarbanes-Oxley regs. and climate, practice leaders in all factions have learned how to avoid perceived audit conflicts and the combined entity is stronger for its broad suite of services and client relationships than the competitors who broke tax/assurance and consulting groups apart. All will likely be branded simply D&T.

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#4 Re: Deloitte Consulting
04/09/2003 00:00

DC consultant

The combined practice has been known as Deloitte (consulting)Ltd for a while now following D&T bringing DC back into the fold. Yes, there have been redundancies, but these have been few compared to our competitors and were all at a senior level, cutting out much of the driftwood. The sales pipeline is looking perky, and things are looking up all round. A good place to be at the moment.

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