In the past year the traditional consulting houses have executed major initiatives to counter the challenges of the pure play and fringe market invaders. Being big doesn't mean being slow, as these Behemoths have demonstrated – once they tuned in to the new market realities.
artical related to the law
the pre-Internet for this article) consist mainly of two kinds. The first is the likes of Deloitte, Andersen, KPMG, PWC, McKinsey, and Ernst & Young (discussed in Part 1 of this note), and the second system integrators and IT outsourcers like EDS (with their management consulting arm A.T. Kearney), CSC, Cap Gemini, and even smaller players like Lante and Osprey. The large companies, focused on their legacy businesses, have largely been cautious in their approach to the Internet as a market. Most have not