PwC

PwC to quadruple partner poaching from EY amidst split
PwC is seeking to capitalize on the landmark EY business split, and will seek direct admit hires by poaching senior executives from EY.
Riding the waves in insurance transformation with Oracle and PwC
Oracle and PwC explore transformation in the insurance industry with MS Amlin
PwC Ireland and Alteryx announce new partnership
PwC Ireland and Alteryx have formed a new joint business relationship, leveraging data automation to accelerate digital transformation for businesses. Through the agreement, PwC Ireland and Alteryx will bring together advanced analytics and data science with PwC’s services and technologies...
PwC acquires Netrovert’s cloud business
PwC US has signed a definitive agreement to acquire certain assets of Netrovert, a consultancy that focuses on enterprise integration, largely on the Salesforce MuleSoft platform.
PwC research highlights pressure on pay in the tech sector amid great resignation
Findings from a global survey by PwC show that the great resignation will continue apace in the year ahead as almost one in five UK workers (18 percent) say they are likely to switch to a new employer within the...
PwC acquires Pollen8 to enhance innovation capabilities
PwC has acquired London-based innovation consultancy, Pollen8. The deal will give PwC access to Pollen8’s specialist innovation management platform, enhancing its firmwide technology innovation capability.
Ukraine needs more than just ‘flag washing’ from Big Tech
ERP Today asks why the Big Tech brigade hasn’t put its money where its mouth is and shut off current services to their Russian client base.
PwC acquires supply chain consultancy Olivehorse
PwC has announced the acquisition of Olivehorse, a consultancy specialising in supply chain management technology. Founded in 2012, Olivehorse provides end-to-end supply chain planning and management solutions to clients across SAP, Anaplan and Kinaxis. The consultancy is one of very...
Can a new entrant change the game in the experience economy?
Getting the band back together is not always a prudent idea. How many times have we seen legends reform in their twilight years only to undo their previous good work and rewrite their legacy with a failed attempt at making it again?