Information is arguably the most important resource available to business and society. With the right information, organisations can compete more effectively, governments can identify those most in need, and consumers can make better personal choices.

The digital age has created an abundance of information, but its sheer volume threatens to render it useless unless it is properly harnessed.

With this in mind, BearingPoint launched the MIKE 2.0 methodology in 2006. MIKE2.0 provides the open source “face” of BearingPoint’s IM advisory services and is a key differentiator of BearingPoint’s GO-To-Market approach.

MIKE2.0 has been evolving since its launch and for the first time, the comprehensive methodology for “Information Development Using MIKE2.0” is now available in paperback and e-book format. The book has already received significant industry praise:

  • “The book is a definite must read for Information Management professionals who are looking to establish a data management competency within their organizations” - Sunil Soares ( Founder and Managing Partner, Information Asset LLC)
  • “Make sure you read it before your auditors or compliance managers do so!” – Andy Mulholland ( Henley Business School and former top 25 most influential CTOs in the world - InfoWorld USA)

Key authors for the book include BearingPoint’s Andreas Rindler (Head of IM Strategy) and Sven Mueller (Partner, Head of Information Management) as well as Sean McClowry (General Manager ICT, Global CCS Institute) and Robert Hillard (Partner, Deloitte). However, more than 7,000 people have contributed or been part of the MIKE2.0 online community since its inception.

The book is available in major book stores (Amazon USAmazon UKBarnes & Noble), and in all e-book stores (Kindle, Nook).

Our consulting approach is often supported by special software assets that can accelerate client initiatives including:

  • ABACUS/Da Vinci: a solution for bank supervisory and regulatory reporting. It allows to implement new legal requirements in a quick and simple way
  • HyperCube: a tool which analyses ‘Big Data’ to help companies to identify opportunities and reduce their operational risks