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The future of consultancy. How to maintain an added value to the customer

 
#1 The future of consultancy. How to maintain an added value to the customer
10/06/2015 14:04

Origami

Dear people on top-consultant,

For my final assigment for college I am doing research on the future of consultation commissioned by an agency that provides consultation on IT/Telecom infrastructure.

My task is to come up with new creative solutions in the form of a business model, expansion of services etc.

There is no doubt that with the growth of the internet information has become more easily accessible and transparent. During my research I have come to the conclusion that this has heavily influenced the conviction of clients regarding the added value of external consultation. A lot of them regard it becoming obsolete because information can be found online, freelance consultants can be found through social media etc.

I am not expecting you guys to do my homework, but a nudge in the right direction would be great. In your experience, what are the biggest adaptations you guys had to undertake? What are the biggest undertakings you guys have performed to still convince the client that you provide an added value? What are new technologies and services that you guys are using/offering to improve your position?

My question is mostly aimed at the people working at a consultancy agency/company, preferably the ones that provide advice within the IT and Telecom branch, but any experience/advice sharing is appreciated.

Also any recommendations regarding sources and literature would be appreciated.

Your help would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards.

P.S. I am situated in The Netherlands by the way and excuse the possibly faulty English.

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#2 RE: The future of consultancy. How to maintain an added value to the customer
26/06/2015 15:23

Origami to Origami (#1)

Anyone wants to engage in a dialogue about the future of consulting?

Kind regards,

Arman

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#3 RE: The future of consultancy. How to maintain an added value to the customer
26/06/2015 17:54

marsday to Origami (#1)

Ok I am about to be replaced by social media, I'll pack up and go home now. Oh hang on, let me just finish off this retained search mandate first. Seems my client doesn't have access to Gumtree.

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#4 RE: The future of consultancy. How to maintain an added value to the customer
26/06/2015 19:56

Origami to marsday (#3)

I am not sure if you are being sarcastic or not :D

I am truly interested in your thoughts.

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#5 RE: The future of consultancy. How to maintain an added value to the customer
27/06/2015 07:54

anushi to Origami (#4)

healthy position of consulting to continue and even improve, reflecting its current position as an indicator of ongoing economic health and potential. This expectation is plainly shared by our MCA members, as their positive recruitment.

Look at consulting firm ...experts provides services bases on future planning..

http://www.bhamaconsulting.com/financial-feasibility/

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