Oliver Wight EAME, is extending its integrated business planning (IBP) offering to organisations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (DACH) with the launch of a German language web site.
Oliver Wight already works with large pharmaceutical, manufacturing and automotive industries across Germany, and believes IBP will be attractive to larger SMEs (Mittelstand) in the region.
CEO Les Brooks said IBP allowed organisations “to allocate resources to the most productive activities and react swiftly to ever-changing market conditions, to meet customer demand in the most efficient and possible way.”
A report by Source for Consulting, “The DACH consulting market in 2014”, showed that 43 per cent of clients expected their consultancy spend to increase in 2014, following a 5.9 per cent growth in the German consulting market as a whole last year. Of the motivations for consultancy, simplification, cost-cutting and business transformation were top of the agenda.