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A multinational telco provider embarked on a transformational journey. One of their major departments wanted to become an agile and highly adaptive organization to rapidly deliver new services and increase efficiency. They partnered with BearingPoint to create a new operating model that enabled cross-functional collaboration and an end-to-end view of the customer across the organization.
A global reinsurance company with established operations in the Chinese market needed to comply with China’s evolving regulatory environment in the cybersecurity field. BearingPoint worked with the client’s project team to identify key impacted areas of cross-border sharing of data and to restructure their IT architecture, to comply with legal requirements and enable ongoing operations in the local market.
A global chemical company headquartered in North America adopted a worldwide strategy for labor service procurement.
BearingPoint leveraged industry knowledge, functional expertise and IT architecture capabilities to support the company in being more responsive to ongoing business change while enabling a focus on strategic growth initiatives.
The Hessian Ministry of Economy, Energy, Transport and Housing wanted to create a sustainable, climate neutral and economically sensible energy future. To accomplish this, the Ministry turned to BearingPoint and Fraunhofer IEE to provide a viable plan for the transformation.
International food and beverage company, Hero, was faced with the challenge as to whether they should upgrade their heterogenous ERP landscape. With BearingPoint’s support Hero gained a clear vision of how to approach the future with insight and confidence.
A global automotive manufacturer needed to adopt the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) which was effective in 2018 for the EU. BearingPoint worked with the client’s project team to define a solution to avoid disruptions in the supply chain that would cause delay to its customers.