• 11-JUL-2018

PwC Named a Leader in Production Operations Consulting

Placing first in Breadth of Consulting Capabilities, PwC Named “Best in Class” for Project Management
 
Out of 32 vendors included in the report, PwC maintained the outright #1 placement in Breadth of Consulting Capabilities, year over year. In the report, ALM defines, “Capability depth denotes a provider’s capacity to get results for clients, while capability breadth indicates its ability to deploy that capacity across multiple client scenarios.” PwC also moved up two points to positon #3 in overall client impact, and rose five points in capability depth.
 
Companies have a renewed interest in re-evaluating their product operations, and are looking to consulting services to help them evaluate digital and advanced manufacturing technologies that can help improve productivity and costs, referred to as Industry 4.0. Per ALM, “This report outlines how leading consulting firms are adapting to these trends.”
 
Regarding PwC’s “Best in Class” Project Management offering, Naima Hoque Essing, Senior Research Analyst at ALM and author of the report, noted, “PwC lives up to its strategy-to-execution maxim with an exceptional ability to seamlessly bring together and coordinate multiple stakeholders, including its industry and functional consultants, client resources and third-party technology vendors, to deliver positive client outcomes.”
 
Essing goes on to discuss PwC’s approach “PWC adopts a client-centric “outcome-back” approach that (re)focuses clients on clearly defining their desired performance ambitions and then engaging in collaborative and unconstrained problem solving to achieve results. In this quest, PwC has assembled expertise from across the firm to design and lead the implementation of lean six-sigma smart factory solutions targeted at solving the clients’ actual production challenges.”
 
The report delves into PwC’s service, discussing its holistic, ground-up nature, “Service delivery starts with walking the shop floor, asking the right questions, and challenging assumptions about the ways of working that limit companies’ ability to achieve full benefits of performance improvement initiatives. It concurrently conducts fundamental, structured evaluations of plant, labor and equipment conditions aided by the application of analytics, proprietary industry studies and benchmarks. With the problems and desired outcomes clearly established, the firm works with the client to develop appropriate solutions.”
 
Steve Pillsbury, PwC's US Digital Operations Lead said, “We are thrilled to be recognized for the value we’ve helped our clients achieve through our Production Operations Consulting services.  Considering the constant changes in the global manufacturing environment, it is imperative that we help our clients keep up with shifting trends, implement relevant technology solutions and capabilities, and prepare them to anticipate and respond to competitive pressures through world class operations.”
 
Notes
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  • Robert Donnelly
    PwC Global Analyst Relations
    United States
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