Deloitte has received a series of exceptional global validations from the most credible and influential analysts in the market, including the ranks of “Number One in Consulting” by Kennedy Research and “Number One in Technology Consulting” by Gartner.
“These rankings and accolades positions Deloitte as a leader across the broadest and most diverse set of capabilities and illustrates that we are not just providers of audit and tax services, for which we are publicly well known,” said Patrick Toppin, Managing Partner, Deloitte Barbados.
Michele Ruskin, Director – Global Analyst Relations, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, noted that individually the results were extremely impressive but when combined, they tell the story about what differentiates Deloitte as a professional services provider that still incorporates audit, tax, consulting and financial advisory services under the auspices of one global network.
The outstanding results span a number of areas to include Finance and Business Transformation, Business Operations, Digital Strategy, Human Capital, Industry, Technology and Risk, Security and Privacy. Among the global accomplishments is the rank of “Number One Globally” in Business Consulting by Gartner and IDC Financial Publishing Inc. and the “Number One Rank” in Management Consulting and European Management Consulting by Kennedy. The international accounting and business advisory firm now holds the title as the “Global Leader” in Customer Relationship Management Services, Financial Management and Business Operations Consulting. Deloitte also has eight technology related awards .
“Additionally, we have been named “Global Vanguard Leader” in Change Management Service, Supply Chain Risk and Digital Strategy Consulting by Kennedy and we are the “Global Leader” in Oil and Gas Professional Services as rated by IDC, just to name a few,” stated Ruskin.
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