Accenture Nigeria

Accenture Nigeria

Accenture entered the Nigerian market in 1985, opening its first office in Lagos. The initial operation was small, with fewer than 10 people primarily engaged in general consulting assignments in strategy and organization structuring. In those early days, the main client base was drawn from the oil and gas sector of the economy, but the company soon gained dominance in the financial services industry.
Today,It is no exaggeration to say that Accenture in Nigeria has played a major role in the development of the country's financial services industry, mainly commercial and merchant banking. The company has worked with practically all the major banks and at present holds a dominant position in the consulting market in that sector. The main services Accenture have rendered to their Nigerian clients have typically included strategic planning, business operations restructuring, profit improvement studies, organization development, human resources management improvement and information technology planning. More recently Accenture has demonstrated successes in business process re-engineering.
The companys has of over 100 professionals with deep, market relevant skills bringing innovative solutions to clients. The business strategy has also developed in line with the needs of clients, moving from a strong focus on systems integration, through journey management, to a business integration approach and  now reinventing itself to become the market-maker, architect and builder of the new economy, helping companies become high-performance businesses.
Accenture Nigeria is part of the global Accenture company, and  leveraging its global resources and intellectual capital in a distinctively African way is one of the company’s strong points. The company sees itself becoming one of the drivers of the African Renaissance ensuring African intellects influence the world.

The headoffice is at the 2nd Floor Citibank building 27 Kofo Abayomi Street Victoria Island Lagos.




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