Technology Consulting, or IT Consulting, is currently one of the fastest growing global industries. Blue chip businesses and governments rely on high-tech systems to perform and technology consultants make sure they're working as efficiently as possible. From cyber-security to supply-chain management, this varied sector provides essential services to a range of clients. Here's what you need to know about the top employers in this dynamic field.
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As the largest independent technology service provider worldwide, Accenture’s teams collaborate with leading organisations around the world to help identify, design and implement innovative, high-value technology solutions. Accenture have placed themselves at the forefront of some innovative and ground breaking projects and technologies – everything from digital mailboxes and smart grids to supply chains and web platforms.
If you join Accenture as a Technology Consultant you can expect to work with an enviable client base, with the opportunity to work end-to-end on projects with an exceptional team. Find out more about Accenture.
The official IT partner of the Olympic Games since 2001, Atos are the leading business technology consulting firm. Their Consulting and Technology Services division employs 7,500 experts all over the world.
Known for their innovations in Cloud Services and IT Security, Atos consultants take on a wide-range of work in all industry sectors. Discover what Atos could offer you.
A leading provider of technology, consulting and outsourcing services. Client offerings at Capgemini include designing, developing and implementing solutions as well as systems integration and app development.
Whether you want to building solutions as a coder or work with clients on the business side, or even a combination of the two, Capgemini can offer you a range of opportunitues. Originally founded in France, international opportunities are widely available. Find out more about Capgemini.
Formally CHP Consulting, Alpha specialise in providing software to top banks all over the world, perfect for those who want to combine technology consulting with an in-depth understanding of the finance industry.
To excel at Alpha, it's important to have a passion for technology and finance, as you combine software with a client-facing role to solve problems that affect global industries. Find out more about Alpha.
Technology Consulting is one of the fastest-growing business areas within KPMG. KPMG work with everyone from governments to blue chip clients on vital projects such as cyber security – one of the world’s biggest concerns. KPMG are at the forefront of developing game-changing technology that’s set to counter this ever-increasing security risk.
As a graduate you’ll support clients through advisory to technical delivery, develop forward-thinking solutions to interesting and important issues — from online banking and new financial technologies to large scale infrastructure changes. Find out more about careers at KPMG.
A global business network, PwC are also heavily involved in helping business revolutionise the way they use technology. Their diversity workforce help clients address business-wide change, setting transformation strategy, conducting detailed appraisals of a client’s processes and systems, and assessing their strengths and weaknesses.
Once you’ve completed the graduate programme, you can choose to specialise in Technology Consulting, with further training opportunities helping you build on your knowledge and expertise. Find out more about PwC.
This is just six of the many great companies who operate in technology consulting. EY, IBM and PA Consulting are firms you should also take a look at if you're keen to discover careers in this sector.
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