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Full-Scale Transformation

We help transform the world’s largest, most complex organizations—with a focus on creating real value through digital reinvention.

Launching a transformation is a massive undertaking. While speed is important, so is heading in the right direction—guided by a knowledge of where the value from technology sits for your organization. We help you identify the technologies, skills, talent, and cultural changes required to capture the value. We’ll work together to build the transformation approach that’s best for your unique organization, and we’ll align leadership around how to proceed.

We’re your partners throughout the journey, and with Digital Labs, we bring world class digital talent—human-centered designers, data scientists, agile engineers, software specialists, and change leaders. Our 300+ relationships with tech and software companies allow us to help activate an ecosystem of technology providers to bring you the solutions you need in real time.

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We partner with established organizations to build and scale innovative new businesses—fast. Businesses that capitalize on what you do best, but with the tools and capabilities to survive and thrive on their own. Businesses that have the potential to transform your entire organization, and to carry on generating game-changing ideas for the long term.

Some recent reinventions

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Enterprise Agility

Adopt more agile ways of working across the entire organization