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BearingPoint

 
#1 BearingPoint
30/05/2008 12:31

George

Anyone work for BearingPoint UK / know of it?

What's the perspective on this company's UK arm prospects; worth joining?

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#2 RE: BearingPoint
30/05/2008 14:49

Anon to George (#1)

I hear they sent an IT consultant to Iraq and he got kidnapped along with his bodyguards. I think the company may need to review their risk management policy!

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#3 RE: BearingPoint
04/06/2008 13:59

Mark to Anon (#2)

*bump*

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#4 RE: BearingPoint
04/06/2008 15:06

Anon2 to Mark (#3)

Haven't been there myself, but had a colleague who left a good role in a Big4 and lasted only a few months in BP - v. sales focused US culture, and not adverse to having a character clash with a (previously) very successful guy...

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#5 RE: BearingPoint
06/06/2008 14:24

daithi to Anon2 (#4)

I think the way the company is now, they have to sell big time. Look at their share price! But I worked there for 4 years - enjoyed it. Had also worked for Accenture - and they are nowhere on the same level of infrastructure, culture, "one firm" etc. At the same time, they are a "nice" company to work for, tend to go for "people oriented" people, rather than necessarily the types who think Michael Gates was a cornershop salesperson in comparison to them etc. The UK office is small with respect to the organisation, they have never cracked the market there - recently lost their Exec VP who joined KPMG in Ireland. So, ask plenty about the strategy for growth, what has changed since the last head guy left and what the company's view is on the share price......

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#6 RE: BearingPoint
06/06/2008 17:22

pete to daithi (#5)

BearingPointless

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