The Consulting Report's Top 25 Technology Consultants and Leaders of 2023

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The Consulting Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Technology Consultants and Leaders of 2023

The Consulting Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Technology Consultants and Leaders of 2023. The need for companies to integrate technology into nearly every aspect of their operations has increased with every passing year, and that transition was only accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Regardless of industry or sector, if companies want to stay competitive and evolve with the demands of their customers, they need the agility that technology provides. Moreover, companies need experts to advise them on how to implement technology effectively. Fortunately, the top consulting firms have developed key competencies in many areas of technological transformation, from data and analytics to marketing and sales, cloud adoption, and beyond.

Some of the distinguished leaders on this year’s list include Sean McDevitt, Partner at Arthur D. Little, who has been pivotal in driving the firm’s growth and re-emergence as one of the premier management consulting firms in the U.S. Meanwhile, Ranjit Bawa, Principal at Deloitte, has helped build and scale several technology-centric practices for his firm, most recently around cloud technologies. And Harshul Asnani, SVP and Head of Tech Mahindra’s Global Technology Business, is an integral part of the leadership team and has been responsible for the firm’s growth in the technology sector and on the U.S. West Coast.

This year’s awardees were carefully evaluated based on a series of factors. While it is always difficult to select just 25 from the many nominations received, these leaders managed to stand out based on their demonstrated expertise, professional milestones, tenure in the industry, and capabilities in technological innovation. Please join us in celebrating The Top 25 Technology Consultants and Leaders of 2023.

Rakesh Khanna (Atos Digital), Nikki Mendonça (Accenture), Alex Holt (KPMG), Ranjit Bawa (Deloitte), Rens Huizenga (Capgemini), Jeanette Calandra (PwC), Sean McDevitt (Arthur D. Little), Raghavan Sundararajan (HCL Technologies), Harshul Asnani (Tech Mahindra), Anil Nanduru (Genpact), Tara Duke (Slalom), Vinod Bagal (DXC Technology), Tamara Franklin (Marsh), Ann Bosche (Bain & Company), Manish Khandelwal (PA Consulting Group), Anthony Ferrante (FTI), Mario Desiderio (Huron Consulting Group), Scott Jones (Alvarez & Marsal), Paul Ricci (CohnReznick), Mike Taylor (World Wide Technology), Soumendra Mohanty (Tredence), Ben Gianni (General Dynamics Information Technology), Haluk Saker (Booz Allen Hamilton), Justin Dustzadeh (Equinix), Mark Prout (Conduent).

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