Accenture to acquire Partners in Performance

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Global professional services firm Accenture has agreed to acquire strategy consultancy Partners in Performance to strengthen its offering to clients in industries such as metals and mining, oil and gas, utilities, and chemicals.

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Partners in Performance was founded in Melbourne in 1996, with its management and consulting professionals now operating across five continents. The firm has been recognised for its role helping clients achieve their sustainability targets.

Partners in Performance’s approximately 400 employees will join Accenture Strategy.

“Asset-intensive clients need to pursue strategies for decarbonisation without compromising on business growth objectives,” said Stephanie Jamison, global resources industry practice lead and global sustainability services lead at Accenture.

“Partners in Performance’s expertise will be invaluable as we collaborate with clients to help them leverage digital capabilities and new ways of working to improve operational performance in areas such as supply chain, decarbonisation and capital projects.”

Partners in Performance founder and managing director Skip Williamson said, “Our focus has been on helping organisations have big lasting impact.

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“We are excited to combine our joint strengths with Accenture for our clients across the world and to bring them even better lasting impact.”

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