EY and Oliver Wight EAME Alliance
Ernst & Young LLP and Oliver Wight EAME LLP collaborate to address enterprises’ planning challenges to deliver high performance.
Organizations face considerable disruption as technology enables change in everything from customer expectations to work-based practices. For enterprises to be competitive, it is essential for them to be able to break down silos and drive end-to-end transformation across their business.
Through the EY and Oliver Wight EAME (Europe, Africa and Middle East) alliance, we focus on helping clients address their business planning challenges in the face of these rising customer demands, evolving market landscape and pressures to improve profit margin. Our alliance combines Oliver Wight’s experience in Sales and Operations Planning and Integrated Business Planning with EY's experience in supply chain financial and commercial planning practices and digital capabilities. We are co-innovating on the next generation of Integrated Business Planning capabilities, addressing processes, operating models, organization, behaviors, culture and digital technologies that companies need to compete.
Note: The alliance will initially work with clients headquartered in the EMEIA region.
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