Ernst & Young LLP, a company that provides assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, recently announced that IDC (News - Alert) MarketScape has recognized the company as a leader in its new report.
IDC MarketScape’s new study “IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Business Consulting Services for Governance, Risk and Compliance 2013 Vendor Analysis (doc #242352, August 2013)” indicates that Ernst & Young LLP is most capable at integrating appropriate analytics into an engagement and at maximizing the value of a project. Ernst & Young claims to use proven, integrated methodologies to help their clients solve most challenging business problems, deliver a strong performance in complex market conditions and build sustainable stakeholder confidence for the longer term. The company boasts of 30,000 advisory professionals who strive to deliver seasoned multidisciplinary teams that work with the clients to deliver a powerful and exceptional client service.
"We are honored to be named as a leader in GRC consulting and to be viewed as among the most capable of all firms at challenging corporate culture and at supporting business changes across a client organization," said Paul van Kessel, Ernst & Young LLP Risk Leader. "EY is helping clients in building a better working world through continuing to enhance its GRC consulting services. We attribute this great result to our approach of combining risk with performance improvement, and seeking out the best talent, developing new methodologies, strengthening service delivery and having a strong go-to-market approach."
Cushing Anderson, Vice President, Business Consulting Services, IDC, noted that, "Ernst & Young LLP is viewed as among the most capable at directly improving clients' overall commercial performance, helping clients manage risk, and integrating risk awareness and solutions within other consulting engagements. It is also considered to be among the best at leveraging local and global staff appropriately, providing industry insights and competence, and transferring knowledge to the client."
Edited by Ryan Sartor