News Article | May 2, 2017
AMSTERDAM--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Management and technology consultancy BearingPoint today announced the appointment of Patrick Palmgren as its new Chief Development Officer (CDO). Mr. Palmgren succeeds Per Jacobsson, who retired at the end of April. Mr. Palmgren fully takes over the CDO role after a transition period that began in January 2017. He has been a Partner at BearingPoint since 2005 and has extensive experience in management consulting spanning more than two decades. In his role as CDO, he leads the firm’s strategic development process supporting BearingPoint’s market positioning, portfolio management, strategic bets and the management of all M&A and Venture activities. Mr. Palmgren also acts as the regional leader of the firm’s Nordic Practice – Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. He also often serves as an expert speaker in the areas of business and digital transformation. “Patrick has the right skill set to be our Chief Development Officer, with extensive client experience in strategy development, private equity and transactions,” said Peter Mockler, Managing Partner of BearingPoint. “He has an outstanding track record in the industry and has been an exceptional leader at our firm for over a decade. I look forward to working closely with him in reaching our revenue ambition of €1 billion by 2020. I also want to thank Per for his many years of highly valuable service since the management buyout in 2009 and ensuring an effective succession during the transition phase. In his role as CDO, Per pushed forward the global expansion, introduced the three-pronged structure of BearingPoint, and initiated the foundation of the BearingPoint Institute. He contributed massively to the success of our firm.” Mr. Palmgren commented: “I am very excited to be the new CDO of BearingPoint. Over the years with BearingPoint, I have held many stimulating client and leadership roles and have had the opportunity to work across different practices in Europe. I will put this experience to use as CDO. Execution is what makes a strategy count. Successful execution starts with a good strategy development process, and this process will be a key focus of mine in 2017. Another important part of successful execution that is often overlooked is to have frequent and transparent communication, both internally and externally, on our strategy-to-results development, performance progress, and any mitigating actions.” BearingPoint is an independent management and technology consultancy with European roots and a global reach. The company operates in three units: Consulting, Solutions and Ventures. Consulting covers the advisory business; Solutions provides the tools for successful digital transformation, regulatory technology and advanced analytics; Ventures drives the financing and development of start-ups. BearingPoint’s clients include many of the world’s leading companies and organizations. The firm has a global consulting network with more than 10,000 people and supports clients in over 75 countries, engaging with them to achieve measurable and sustainable success. For more information, please visit:
News Article | May 18, 2017
AMSTERDAM & ZURICH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Management and technology consultancy BearingPoint, which ranks among the leading providers of Risk and Regulatory Technology (RiskTech/RegTech), announced today that the first institutions in early adopter countries successfully submitted their initial reporting under the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) with BearingPoint’s tax reporting solution FiTAX. The Common Reporting Standard was developed by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to maximize efficiency and fight tax avoidance. Over 100 countries worldwide have agreed to fulfill these reporting requirements by September 2018. The initial reporting for the first 53 countries, the early adopters, began in the first quarter of 2017. BearingPoint’s FiTAX-CRS module is dedicated to the Automatic Exchange of Information (AEoI) and reporting under CRS. It enables financial institutions around the globe to comply with these new reporting requirements. Given the complexity of the CRS reporting regime, the FiTAX-CRS module had already been delivered to clients in Q3/Q4 2016 in anticipation that incorrect or late report submissions could result in penalties. By receiving this module well in advance of the filing deadline, FiTAX users had a longer time period to sufficiently work with new processes and use the new module to properly prepare their reports. “We are very proud that the first reports have been successfully submitted and that our clients were able to meet their reporting requirements under CRS and the Automatic Exchange of Information. We are now seeing rising interest in tax reporting solutions from many large financial institutions in the Americas as well as in Asia. Our experiences and lessons learned from the early adopter countries are especially valuable for the Asian-based institutions because many of them are in the second wave countries with first reporting due in 2018. These clients will be benefitting from the operation of FiTAX in European markets,” says Ronald Frey, Partner at BearingPoint. BearingPoint’s tax reporting solution FiTAX has proven to be one of the most efficient and flexible solutions in the market. Created in 2001, FiTAX enables financial institutions to automate the regulatory reporting processes and to report for many countries from a single and centralized platform for QI, EUSD, FATCA, UK FATCA and CRS. FiTAX covers more than 85 countries for CRS reporting to local tax authorities, and as part of the continuous improvement of operability, it offers the possibility to directly upload report files to the tax authorities’ portals. A new web-client architecture (SOA ready) was already made available in September 2016. Several large international financial institutions have chosen FiTAX as their global QI, CRS and FATCA reporting software solution, and each year more than 2,500 financial institutions report with FiTAX. For more information about BearingPoint’s RegTech product line, please visit: http://www.reg.tech. BearingPoint is an independent management and technology consultancy with European roots and a global reach. The company operates in three units: Consulting, Solutions and Ventures. Consulting covers the advisory business; Solutions provides the tools for successful digital transformation, regulatory technology and advanced analytics; Ventures drives the financing and development of start-ups. BearingPoint’s clients include many of the world’s leading companies and organizations. The firm has a global consulting network with more than 10,000 people and supports clients in over 75 countries, engaging with them to achieve measurable and sustainable success. For more information, please visit:
News Article | May 16, 2017
Strong growth and momentum of Open API program continues with 28 leading communications service providers, technology solution providers and systems integrators now endorsing the Open API suite NICE, FRANCE--(Marketwired - May 16, 2017) - TM FORUM LIVE! - TM Forum, the industry association driving digital business transformation of the communications industry, today marked the one-year anniversary of the launch of the Open API Manifesto by announcing significant growth and momentum of its Open API program along with the launch of its Open API Training & Career Certification program and the beta launch of its Open API Conformance Certification program. TM Forum Open APIs are now being used to enable a range of business scenarios, including internally enabling communications service providers (CSPs) to transform their IT and operational agility and become more customer-centric, while externally delivering a practical approach to co-creation and seamless end-to-end management of complex digital services -- including SDN and NFV. As part of a broader digital transformation agenda, TM Forum's Open APIs enable a wide range of revenue growth opportunities for CSPs and their partners and suppliers. The APIs are bringing greater interoperability both within the communications industry as well as across new sectors including eHealth, Smart Cities and Industrial Manufacturing by providing the bridge to facilitate partnering across ecosystems, a key strategy for growth by many CSPs and on full display this week at TM Forum Live! 2017. "We're delighted by the momentum of the Open API program over the past year and rapid commercial adoption of the APIs," said Nik Willetts, CEO, TM Forum. "Open APIs are an essential element of digital transformation and enabling rapid growth, and the world's leading service providers have deployed our Open APIs in over a dozen markets. Strong member collaboration has driven this critical work, and our profound thanks go out to the individuals and companies who have contributed." Open API Program Growth & Momentum TM Forum's Open API Program was officially launched in May 2016, with nine of the world's largest CSPs endorsing a suite of 18 REST-based APIs. In October 2016, eight leading technology solution providers signed on to support the Forum's Open APIs in their products and services. Since its official launch one year ago, the program has grown significantly: "TM Forum's Open API program presents a significant step forward in enabling digitally connected ecosystems across the industry," said Vincent Seet, Head of Enterprise Architecture, Globe Telecom. "We at Globe are delighted to sign the Open API Manifesto demonstrating our commitment to the program and the strategic alignment of this to our business and IT strategy." Open API Training & Career Certification Program In light of the growth and momentum of TM Forum's Open API Program, and based on industry demand, TM Forum is launching its Open API Training & Career Certification program. This program encompasses expert-led training courses including a fundamentals course and a more detailed practitioners' course. The fundamentals course introduces the key concepts of Open APIs and provides examples of how they are used in real-world scenarios, how they are structured and how they relate to TM Forum Frameworx so that they can be readily adopted and deployed. The practitioners' course provides students with the opportunity to practice using and extending TM Forum Open API patterns as well as techniques used when implementing the APIs. Additionally, there are four new career certifications as a result of these new training courses: By combining the new Open API training courses with a rich set of existing training and certification offerings, TM Forum is taking a leading role in educating its members and the industry on innovative new approaches to accelerating digital transformation by offering all of the critical enabling technologies and know-how for moving toward agile, modularized platform-based architectures. Open API Conformance Certification Program With 31 Open API specifications, TM Forum is also launching a new Open API Conformance Certification program which is currently in beta trial. The conformance test kits to enable this capability have been collaboratively created by TM Forum members including Amdocs, BT, Etiya, Huawei, Infonova/BearingPoint, Infosys, Telefónica and Vodafone. A new self-validation portal where TM Forum members can access the conformance test kits enables users to create an efficient report clearly outlining where alignment to the TM Forum Open API conformance specification exists and where improvements are required. Companies can share details of their conformance self-validation in a crowdsourced Open API conformance table. On the launch of TM Forum's new Open API programs, Joann O'Brien, Vice President of APIs and Ecosystems at TM Forum, said, "Enterprise-wide business agility is greatly enhanced via modular platform-based architectures enabled by Open APIs. Our new programs provide the pathway and critical skills required for our members to rapidly develop, integrate and manage profitable new digital services in complex multi-stakeholder environments." For more information and to collaborate in TM Forum's Open API program, visit www.tmforum.org/open-apis. Get in on all of the exciting TM Forum Live! news and buzz by visiting and bookmarking www.tmforumlive.org for real-time conference updates. The action can also be followed on TM Forum Inform and Twitter using hashtag #TMFLive. About TM Forum TM Forum is an association of over 850 member companies generating US$2 trillion in revenue and serving five billion customers across 180 countries. We drive collaboration and collective problem-solving to maximize the business success of communication and digital service providers and their ecosystem of suppliers around the world. Today, our focus is on supporting members as they navigate their unique digital transformation journeys, providing practical and proven assets and tools to accelerate execution and platforms to facilitate collaborative problem solving and innovation. Learn more at www.tmforum.org.
News Article | May 16, 2017
TM Forum's Digital Maturity Model is the only industry-agreed model, having been endorsed by leading communications service providers including BT, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Orange, PCCW Global and Vodafone NICE, FRANCE--(Marketwired - May 16, 2017) - TM FORUM LIVE! -TM Forum, the industry association driving digital transformation through collaboration, today announced the launch of its Digital Maturity Model (DMM) - a new tool that allows communications service providers (CSPs) to assess their digital maturity and plan their digital transformation across their entire organization. The model has already been endorsed by leading CSPs including BT, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Orange, PCCW Global and Vodafone as well as management consultancies and suppliers including Amdocs, BearingPoint, Deloitte, Detecon, Huawei, Tata Consultancy Services and The GC Index. As core services become commoditized, CSPs are desperately searching for new digital services and revenues in order to grow. To realize the opportunity, CSPs must completely transform traditional business and operating models, cultures and infrastructures. Without a coherent view of their destination, starting point and pathway, building and executing a successful digital transformation strategy is challenging, time consuming and prone to failure. In fact, in a recent survey conducted by TM Forum, 54 percent of CSPs revealed that their previous attempts at transformation had been unsuccessful, highlighting the urgent need for a robust methodology to help leaders guide and manage change on an enterprise-wide basis. In collaboration with the world's leading CSPs, management consultancies and suppliers, TM Forum identified the need for an industry-agreed Digital Maturity Model, metrics and methodology to meet this challenge. By bringing together and crowdsourcing expertise and models from across the global communications industry, TM Forum has created a 'living' maturity model and set of metrics that will evolve with the industry and help companies measure their true digital maturity. "In order to survive and thrive in the digital market, service providers are embarking on complex and demanding digital transformation journeys," said Nik Willetts, CEO, TM Forum. "To be successful, these transformation programs require much more than embracing new technologies or ways to interact with our customers -- they demand strong leadership and holistic transformation of the entire business, fundamentally redefining how the business operates. The launch of the Digital Maturity Model is an example of our transformation mantra and showcases how TM Forum is taking our members on the journey, providing the tools, guidance and expertise to drive successful digital transformation. TM Forum would like to recognize all of the members that have contributed, especially Deloitte for leading the collaboration and project management and Huawei for initiating the concept and resourcing the project." TM Forum's DMM considers maturity across five key dimensions, each containing an extensive set of sub-dimensions, questions and metrics to assess digital maturity across the business. Accessed through an easy-to-use App, TM Forum members can assess their digital maturity across every department and rapidly identify areas for action unique to their businesses. The dimensions and definitions for the model are: By asking stakeholders across an entire organization to assess the company's maturity in each of these areas, CSPs can identify where improvement is needed and where investment priorities lie. The model has the flexibility to account for differences in CSPs' visions, strategies and business imperatives, and can be applied to help develop a roadmap to guide their digital transformation journey. "Successful digital transformation requires the direct involvement and support of the CEO for a process that's going to impact the whole organization," said David Pleasance, Chairman, TM Forum. "Through the exceptional collaborative work of many TM Forum members, the Digital Maturity Model allows service providers to assess all dimensions and departments of their organization through a structured approach that is unique to them. Without industry-agreed best practices and guidelines, real transformation becomes all the more challenging." Additional details about TM Forum's Digital Maturity model can be found at www.tmforum.org/dmm. A list of 15 industry endorsements for the model - from CSPs, management consultancies and suppliers - can also be viewed on the TM Forum website. About TM Forum TM Forum is an association of over 850 member companies generating US$2 trillion in revenue and serving five billion customers across 180 countries. We drive collaboration and collective problem-solving to maximize the business success of communication and digital service providers and their ecosystem of suppliers around the world. Today, our focus is on supporting members as they navigate their unique digital transformation journeys, providing practical and proven assets and tools to accelerate execution and platforms to facilitate collaborative problem solving and innovation. Learn more at www.tmforum.org.
News Article | May 11, 2017
FRANKFURT, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Management and technology consultancy BearingPoint, which ranks among the leading providers of Risk and Regulatory Technology (RiskTech/RegTech), has enhanced its ABACUS/Transactions product, an established module-based standard software solution for transaction reporting, by incorporating the MiFIR module to facilitate compliance with the regulatory reporting requirements under MiFID II/MiFIR. The revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) and the accompanying Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR) take effect on January 3, 2018. In the aftermath of the financial crisis, a new legislative framework was designed to significantly extend the applicable transparency guidelines under MiFID I and to stabilize and realign the infrastructure of financial markets. The MiFID II/MiFIR transaction reporting covers an immense product range, uses complex reporting logic and requires the delivery of personal data with a high level of granularity and consistency with other regulations, such as EMIR. The reports have to be submitted at the end of the business day following the transaction day (t+1). Robert Bosch, Partner at BearingPoint, says: “Ensuring readiness for MiFID II/MiFIR implementation is one of the biggest challenges institutions are facing in 2017, especially when taking into consideration the complexity and tight timeframe. Our response to this challenge has been to extend our ABACUS/Transactions solution with the MiFIR module to facilitate MiFID II/MiFIR reporting. In light of the other upcoming transaction-based reporting obligations, such as EMIR amendments, SFTR reporting and others, it is essential for firms to think strategically about forming a holistic view across different regulations. ABACUS/Transactions provides the industry with a standard regulatory reporting solution to assist firms in fulfilling their transaction-based reporting requirements with only one tool.” The layer structure design enables reporting institutions to always have the option of using the MiFIR module separately as well as in combination with other ABACUS/Transactions modules. On the market since 2014, the product has achieved a corresponding market maturity through EMIR reporting (European Market Infrastructure Regulation), which is currently covered by the TR module. ABACUS/Transactions also supports the recently approved EMIR amendments, referred to as EMIR II, which are applicable starting November 1, 2017, as well as the Swiss derivatives reporting according to FMIA/FinfraG, which will be applied from October 1, 2017. The MMSR module helps clients to comply with the new ECB regulation concerning statistics on the money markets (MMSR). Over 15% of Eurozone reporting institutions have been successfully delivering their productive MMSR reports, starting from the initial July 1 reporting date. Furthermore, ABACUS/Transactions will also support the reporting regime under the Securities Financing Transaction Regulation (SFTR), expected to be applied from the end of 2018. In this way, ABACUS/Transactions continuously helps reporting institutions to meet the requirements for several types of transaction-based reporting without needing to have multiple data deliveries. The software is available as an on-premise solution and as SaaS (Software-as-a-Service). For more information about BearingPoint’s RegTech product line, please visit: www.reg.tech BearingPoint is an independent management and technology consultancy with European roots and a global reach. The company operates in three units: Consulting, Solutions and Ventures. Consulting covers the advisory business; Solutions provides the tools for successful digital transformation, regulatory technology and advanced analytics; Ventures drives the financing and development of start-ups. BearingPoint’s clients include many of the world’s leading companies and organizations. The firm has a global consulting network with more than 10,000 people and supports clients in over 75 countries, engaging with them to achieve measurable and sustainable success. For more information, please visit:
News Article | May 10, 2017
LONDON & FRANKFURT, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Authorised or independent car service centres – a number of factors come into play in the aftersales market when car owners consider this question. The BearingPoint Institute, the research arm of management and technology consultancy BearingPoint, investigated aftersales service in a new study conducted with over 1,000 premium car owners in the UK, Germany, and Spain. The study, “Connected aftersales”, highlights that OEMs are facing ever growing challenges, with the majority (42%) of younger owners of Audi, BMW and Mercedes vehicles, as well as customers with a monthly income of less than £2,500, choosing independent car service centres. “This study should put OEMS on alert and force them to take action to improve customer loyalty. Competitive advantages could be realised by digitising the customer journey and seamlessly integrating customer touchpoints offline and online. OEMs need to actively adapt to changing customer preferences and demands. One component of this is to propose personalised and digital offerings and develop long-term customer retention by offering excellent service”, explains Sarah-Jayne Williams, Partner, BearingPoint UK. The BearingPoint Institute analysed the interactions of OEMs with customers and developed a blueprint covering the five phases in the aftersales customer journey. The five phases of the customer journey The first phase lays the foundation for a proactive customer relationship. At this stage, car owners are being informed when a service is due. With the help of new technologies in connected cars, this information can be received in real-time so the car owner is being informed via email, phone or App about the upcoming service centre visit. In our research, a clear majority (70%) of respondents say they value personalised offers for their vehicle. In the second phase, full transparency on booking costs and the service offering are critical decision factors for customers. Almost three in four survey respondents (71%) say they want a detailed estimate of costs before they book a service. 64% of younger drivers (up to 25) wish to compare offers prior to scheduling an appointment. With the help of data collection via diagnostic systems in connected cars, OEMs could give their customers a quick and easy overview and therefore offer additional value. The next phase focuses on the service quality and personalised solutions for customers during their visit. When choosing an authorised OEM service centre, customers - particularly in the premium segment - expect to be attended to in a pleasant atmosphere and advised by personally on their specific needs by a customer consultant. In the UK and Spain, the service experience is being ranked as the most important criteria when choosing a service centre, whereas in Germany the distance to the service centre is the decisive factor. The fourth stage of the customer journey illustrates the potential for OEMs to anticipate customer requirements based on connected car data. Today’s vehicles can predict maintenance requirements, and as soon as OEMs receive information that service is or will be needed, they can pre-order required parts and save their customers time. Even after a service centre visit, there is still more work to be done by OEMs to build loyalty and ensure repeat appointments. The study suggests a follow-up communication keeps the customer happy and helps with improvements by gathering feedback. One in two respondents (51%) consider the opportunity to give feedback important, and this is particularly the case for younger drivers. “The study results show that OEMs need to hold their ground in the tough competition with independent service centres. OEMs must digitalise the end-to-end journey, integrate with the dealer network and enhance the experience by harnessing customer and vehicle data. Through connected cars, a much richer data set is available for OEMs and dealers to create a personal and relevant relationship with customers,” says Sarah-Jayne Williams, Partner, BearingPoint UK. The full report can be found here: https://www.bearingpoint.com/en/our-success/thought-leadership/connected-aftersales-towards-a-new-customer-journe/ About BearingPoint BearingPoint is an independent management and technology consultancy with European roots and a global reach. The company operates in three units: Consulting, Solutions and Ventures. Consulting covers the advisory business; Solutions provides the tools for successful digital transformation, regulatory technology and advanced analytics; Ventures drives the financing and development of start-ups. BearingPoint’s clients include many of the world’s leading companies and organisations. The firm has a global consulting network with more than 10,000 people and supports clients in over 75 countries, engaging with them to achieve measurable and sustainable success. For more information, please visit: www.bearingpoint.com www.linkedin.com/company/bearingpoint Twitter: @BearingPoint
News Article | February 15, 2017
Kelly Mire, a 25-year veteran of federal IT and management consulting services, has joined Koniag Government Services (KGS) as President of of Koniag Services Inc. (KSI) Kelly is fully responsible for driving the advancement of the KSI mission and objectives. He leads all aspects of delivering information technology and services for client success, revenue, profitability and growth of KSI. Prior to this appointment, Mire held executive leadership positions with large management consulting organizations where he drove the expansion of client relationships by developing and delivering complex IT services and solutions. He has successfully built and managed large and highly proficient capability teams working across a broad and diverse client portfolio, consistently focused on delivering valued results within mission critical technology programs. Mire held executive leadership positions at Deloitte Consulting and BearingPoint, focused on revenue growth and management within public sector IT for health, defense and civilian markets. Koniag Government Service’s CEO, Ed O’Hare, commented: “The addition of Kelly strengthens our team with an executive experienced with managing complex organizations and with tremendous experience in strategy development specifically within the Health IT Industry ensuring the future success of KSI." About Koniag Government Services Koniag, Inc. is one of the 13 Alaska Native regional corporations established in 1971 by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). Koniag represents the Alutiiq people from Alaska’s Kodiak Island region. Koniag Government Services has supported the DoD and Civilian communities since 1994 specializing in Information Technology, IT Security, Infrastructure Support, Application Development, and Management Consulting Services. Headquartered in Chantilly, Va., and supporting clients in eleven states across the country, Koniag Government Services has built a solid reputation for performance excellence and dedication to our client’s mission. For more information, please visit http://www.KoniagGSS.com.
News Article | February 23, 2017
BearingPoint and SAP combine leading technologies Abacus360 and SAP HANA on one integrated platform for Finance, Risk, and Reporting Management and technology consultancy BearingPoint, a leading provider of Risk and Regulatory Technology (RiskTech/RegTech), will offer its new software generation Abacus360 on SAP HANA and plans a seamless integration into the SAP Financial Data Base powered by SAP HANA. The aim is to map finance, risk and reporting information in an efficient and high-performing way. The new integrated platform is for 360° reporting, risk calculation, and controlling regulatory Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). The platform is based on an innovative calculation engine that uses technologies like in-memory processing and grid architectures. Abacus360 facilitates a combination of regulatory data management with the Finance and Risk Data Platform of SAP, which is based on SAP HANA architecture. Stefan Schütt, Partner at BearingPoint, explains: "Extending the FRDP (Finance and Risk Data Platform) data model to data required for regulatory reporting transforms FRDP into a comprehensive overarching data warehouse for banks. By seamlessly integrating our RegTech solution on the SAP platform, SAP's FRDP becomes a leading, fully scalable Finance and Risk platform for regulatory reporting. Banks need new technological solutions capable of processing and analyzing big data in Finance, Risk, and Reporting on the fly." Dr. Nico Kohler, Global Head of Finance & Risk at SAP, comments: "The combination of SAP data management expertise through HANA technology and the regulatory processes based on BearingPoint's Abacus360 brings huge advantages for banks: less redundant data, rapid analysis of big data and easier implementation of future regulatory requirements, just to name a few. The SAP platform enables banks to use SAP modules and best-of-breed partner solutions such as Abacus360 on one integrated data platform." Key benefits of the combined Finance and Risk platform are a uniform, non-redundant data storage, fully scalable in-memory processing, and continuous maintenance. As the solution integrates reporting, risk and finance applications based on a uniform data model, it meets BCBS 239 principles for risk data aggregation and reporting. Furthermore, the solution meets the data lineage requirements through a Complete Audit Trail (CAT). The partnership between BearingPoint and SAP has been ongoing for many years. ABACUS/IIR has been integrated with SAP Bank Analyzer since 2011. With SAP Bank Analyzer 9.0, the product already runs on SAP HANA. The new generation of Abacus360 is a technological advancement of the Abacus platform, proven over more than 20 years, and offers standard reporting modules for many jurisdictions, modules for risk and valuation, simulations, and risk quantification. Moreover, Abacus360 provides comprehensive functional components for instance for regulatory analytics, which facilitate simulations, detailed ex-post analyses, and flexible evaluations across reporting due dates. A major innovation of Abacus360 is "reporting at the push of a button." With the new generation, regulatory processes become more transparent and efficient. With its RegTech product line, BearingPoint is a leading international provider of innovative regulatory and risk technology solutions (RegTech and RiskTech) and services along the Regulatory Value Chain for Financial Services. Customers representing 5,000 firms worldwide, among them large international banks, a major part of the largest European banks, leading insurance companies as well as supervisory authorities and central banks, trust BearingPoint's RegTech products and services. We work closely with regulators and as a member of standardization bodies such as XBRL consortium, we actively contribute to the process of standard setting. We combine our regulatory expertise with our proven, reliable and future-oriented RegTech Solution Suite and expert consulting capabilities as well as training seminars and managed services. For more information about our products, please visit: http://www.bessgmbh.com/en/ BearingPoint consultants understand that the world of business changes constantly and that the resulting complexities demand intelligent and adaptive solutions. Our clients, whether in commercial or financial industries or in government, experience real results when they work with us. We combine industry, operational and technology skills with relevant proprietary and other assets in order to tailor solutions for each client's individual challenges. This adaptive approach is at the heart of our culture and has led to long-standing relationships with many of the world's leading companies and organizations. Our global consulting network of more than 10,000 people serves clients in over 75 countries and engages with them for measurable results and long-lasting success. For more information, please visit:
News Article | February 28, 2017
AMSTERDAM & MILAN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Management and technology consultancy BearingPoint has acquired a manufacturing and operations consulting unit in Italy comprising more than 30 industry experts. This transaction expands the firm’s capabilities in production industries and will serve as an enabler for further growth in BearingPoint’s Italian practice led by Rabih Hamdan. With this acquisition, the consultancy serves among others all major automotive clients in Europe and further strengthens its offerings in the areas of supply chain, engineering, manufacturing/quality and IT advisory. The new team will be integrated into BearingPoint’s Consulting unit, creating a combined force of more than 600 experts focused on production industries. Its know-how is available to clients in Italy and across Europe with immediate effect. “This acquisition is a fine example of our strategy to integrate smaller, bolt-on teams that can quickly and sustainably expand our capacities and fuel our growth. Our clients will rapidly enjoy the benefits of this addition to our roster,” said Peter Mockler, Managing Partner BearingPoint. “Manufacturing is one of the most important growth segments in our firm-wide strategy as the industry is undergoing major transformations. The acquisition of this experienced team reinforces our operations capabilities, and we are very excited about the growth opportunities it opens up for us in Italy and around the globe,” added Matthias Loebich, Global Leader Production Industries BearingPoint. BearingPoint consultants understand that the world of business changes constantly and that the resulting complexities demand intelligent and adaptive solutions. Our clients, whether in commercial or financial industries or in government, experience real results when they work with us. We combine industry, operational and technology skills with relevant proprietary and other assets in order to tailor solutions for each client’s individual challenges. This adaptive approach is at the heart of our culture and has led to long-standing relationships with many of the world’s leading companies and organizations. Our global consulting network of more than 10,000 people serves clients in over 75 countries and engages with them for measurable results and long-lasting success. For more information, please visit:
News Article | March 1, 2017
MILANO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--La società europea di management e technology consulting BearingPoint ha acquisito un team di oltre 30 esperti in Italia operanti in ambito manufacturing e operations. L’operazione espande ulteriormente le conoscenze dell’azienda nel settore produttivo e rappresenta un importante elemento di crescita per il mercato italiano. Attraverso questa acquisizione, BearingPoint rafforza la propria offerta in ambito supply chain, engineering, manufacturing/quality e IT advisory, estendendo tali servizi anche a tutti i principali clienti del settore automotive in Europa. Il nuovo team entrerà a far parte dell’unità di consulting di BearingPoint in sinergia con gli oltre 600 esperti dedicati all’industry production. Il know-how e le competenze del nuovo team sono già a disposizione dei clienti in Italia e in Europa. Rabih Hamdan, Italian Practice Leader di BearingPoint, aggiunge: “Il settore del manufacturing è uno dei segmenti di crescita più rilevanti per la nostra azienda in Italia e nel resto del mondo per via delle grandi trasformazioni che l’industria sta attraversando. L’acquisizione di questo team e della sua esperienza rafforza le nostre capabilities in ambito operations e sono davvero convinto delle ulteriori opportunità di crescita che ne potranno derivare per l’Italia. Tali capacità e offering rispondono perfettamente alle esigenze dei nostri clienti. In più, condividiamo con il nuovo team la stessa cultura imprenditoriale, l’approccio olistico e il rapporto di trusted advisor che ci lega ai nostri clienti”. I consulenti BearingPoint comprendono che il mondo del business è in continuo cambiamento e che le complessità derivanti necessitano di soluzioni intelligenti e personalizzate. I nostri clienti, del settore commerciale, finanziario o pubblico, riconoscono i risultati delle nostre collaborazioni. Siamo in grado di combinare conoscenze e capacità di industry, operative e tecnologiche, attraverso l’uso di asset proprietari e non, al fine di ritagliare soluzioni che rispondano alle sfide che ogni cliente si trova ad affrontare. Questo approccio adattivo è al cuore della nostra cultura e ci ha permesso di sviluppare relazioni durature con molte delle principali società e organizzazioni mondiali. Il nostro network globale di consulenza di oltre 10.000 consulenti serve clienti in più di 75 paesi e continuamente si confronta con loro per fornire risultati e successi misurabili e duraturi.