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Do Accenture use contractors

 
#1 Do Accenture use contractors
20/03/2008 15:39

JJ

Hi there,

I am a IT contractor, work predominantly in Financial Services. I was wondering if Accenture use associates at all, and if so, how do I market myself to them

Any hints appreciated

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#2 RE: Do Accenture use contractors
21/03/2008 09:51

JohmSmith to JJ (#1)

Hi,

all I can tell you is that Accenture uses sub-contractors.

According to a well-known industry research company:

Accenture, in addition to in-house workforce, makes use of subcontractors to execute contracts.

Accenture has faced problems with subcontractors on

some of its major contracts e.g. Maximus ( subcontractor of Accenture for work on a Texas Health

and Human Services Commission program in 2006)

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#3 RE: Do Accenture use contractors
22/03/2008 02:03

Data to JJ (#1)

Yes, they do use contractors, although only if there is a specific skills gap on a particular project that can't be filled in-house. No idea how you would market yourself to them though (or why you would want to).

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