Deloitte ranked as the No. 1 global consulting organization
For the fifth consecutive year, Gartner has ranked Deloitte member firms (Deloitte) as the number one global consulting organization based on 2014 market share revenue in their report Market Share Analysis: Consulting Services Worldwide, 2014.
Gartner defines Consulting as Business and IT Consulting and includes revenue from Deloitte Consulting practices and advisory businesses globally.
“We are delighted to be named the number 1 consulting organization for the fifth consecutive year. However, what we believe is really important is that we are helping our clients and creating real value for them,” said Julian Hawkins, partner and Consulting leader at Deloitte Middle East.
“We believe this is achieved by investing the time to understand their needs, drawing on the breadth and depth of our network capabilities and developing actionable strategies and delivering on them with clients”.
The report notes, “The worldwide consulting service market grew 6.1 percent to $125.2 billion in 2014 from $118.1 billion in 2013. The top 10 consulting service providers combined grew at a fast pace of 6.8 percent compared with the overall market.”
“The world has never been as complex, dynamic, and uncertain as it is today and the pace of change will only increase,” said Hawkins. “Deloitte is helping clients with their most complex challenges – how to grow globally; how to innovate; how to integrate technology and strategy; how to attract, develop, and retain talent – so they can make bold decisions with confidence.”
Gartner annually analyzes and publishes its market share and rankings for the previous calendar year across all Technology related capabilities. They assess the market based on revenue derived from Business Consulting (consulting leading to IT solutions), IT Consulting, Outsourcing, Software Services and Hardware Services. They also assess the market by industry segment, regions, and countries.
Attribution: Gartner, Market Share Analysis: Consulting Services, Worldwide, 2014, Jacqueline Heng, Dean Blackmore, Julie Short, April 22, 2015