Microsoft and PwC forge business transformation alliance

4 Jun 2013

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has forged a strategic alliance with Microsoft that will see PwC become the first professional services network to build business transformation projects based on the Microsoft Dynamics family of enterprise applications.

“Companies embarking on large transformation projects want to be sure they deliver both value and sustainable change to their organisations,” said David McGee, consulting partner, PwC Ireland.  

“Using PwC’s transformation skills, industry sector insights and knowledge of technology platforms and applications in combination with tools like Microsoft’s suite of solutions can help companies maximise the return on their investment. Organisations in Ireland will be able to benefit from the combined global reach of the PwC network and Microsoft .”

Under the agreement, PwC consultants will provide advice and implementation assistance to clients who select Microsoft Dynamics together with other Microsoft technologies, including Microsoft Dynamics AX enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM) and business intelligence (BI) solutions as part of a business transformation project.

“PwC brings their extensive industry and process knowledge that will extend Microsoft Dynamics solutions for our mutual customers,” said Kieran McDonnell, business manager, Microsoft Dynamics Ireland  “Microsoft Dynamics business solutions help Irish enterprises become ‘Dynamic Businesses’ and PwC has a proven track record in facilitating business transformation for enterprise customers.

“Our combined strengths from product to industry offerings will enable Irish businesses to successfully modernise their business applications.”

John Kennedy is a journalist who served as editor of Silicon Republic for 17 years