BearingPoint agrees partnership with Unit4

Andrew Mongomery, Bearing Point
Andrew Mongomery, Bearing Point



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11 June 2015 | 0

BearingPoint has signed a partnership deal with Unit4 to manage implementations of the Dutch company’s enterprise resource management platform. Both organisations are already engaged by the Local Government Management Agency (LGMA) to implement Unit4 Business World at 27 of Ireland’s 30 local government authorities.

The partnership will focus on the public sector will be a key focus area, followed by the financial and commercial services sectors.

Andrew Montgomery, partner, BearingPoint Ireland (pictured), said: “BearingPoint and Unit4 are similar in terms of overall scale and global reach. We both share the same view of the key trends and drivers in the global enterprise applications market and the need to provide agile and adaptive business solutions.

“The fast-changing dynamics in particular market segments demand flexibility and responsiveness from both service providers and enabling technologies. Both BearingPoint and Unit4 are thought leaders in designing and delivering innovative, technology-enabled business solutions and together, we can create powerful business synergies that deliver real results to our customers.”

BearingPoint employs 3,350 people worldwide, with 245 based in Dublin, providing management consulting and technology services to government organisations, financial services companies and a broad range of commercial services companies, including in the telco, technology, manufacturing and consumer sectors. In 2014, BearingPoint recorded revenues of €560 million.

Headquartered in The Netherlands, Unit4 employs over 4,000 people globally, with annual revenue exceeding €500 million. Clients in Ireland include Trocaire, the Department for Transport, Tourism & Sport and the Court Service.

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