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Accenture vs Capco

 
#1 Accenture vs Capco
25/11/2008 13:58

Anon

Hi, i've just had offers confirmed by Accenture and Capco at senior consultant grade (financial services) and needed some advice as i'm not exactly sure on the best direction to take. I have 4 years consulting experience mainly in banking business (some IT) transformation. I've heard some good things about both mainly:

1)Accenture: obviously brand and breadth of opportunity but still not convinced about their financial service expertise

2) Capco: more niche and purely financial service consulting. Obviously not the household name appeal of Accenture.

Anybody have any educated views on which is best in terms of interesting work, stability, long-term bet, what looks best on the CV etc.

Many thanks in advance.

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#2 RE: Accenture vs Capco
25/11/2008 16:32

Insider to Anon (#1)

If you are in FS I would go with Accenture

why? - because they are getting work in operations and business transformation with big FS clients, potential for some good experience

This is what I've heard

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#3 RE: Accenture vs Capco
25/11/2008 16:59

Bob to Insider (#2)

I work in this space and lets just say Accenture's pipeline isn't exactly strong - then again there aren't many firms selling work across the banks at the moment. The other thing to remember is that Accenture are very hierarchical and your level of exposure can suffer as a result.

Capco have a bit of a reputation in business tranformation with the banks, small but significant players and you'll probably end up getting more strategically focussed work than Accenture. It's not a clear cut decision especially in this climate - you need clear answers on what you'll be working on.

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