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Top 10: Technology Consultants | Technology Magazine

From digital transformation to cybersecurity and data analytics, staying ahead of the curve requires a deep understanding of cutting-edge technologies and a strategic approach to implementation. This is where top technology consulting firms come into play, offering their clients a competitive edge through expert guidance and innovative solutions.

This month, Technology Magazine highlights the Top 10 Technology Consultants, delivering groundbreaking solutions, fostering innovation and empowering clients to achieve their most ambitious goals.

10. Capgemini

Revenue: US$23.4bn (2023)

Employees: 350,000

CEO: Aiman Ezzat

Founded: 1967

As a leading strategic partner to companies around the world, Capgemini has leveraged technology to enable business transformation for more than 50 years. Headquartered in Paris, France, Capgemini today is a global leader in partnering with companies to transform and manage their business using the power of technology. It helps its clients embrace key technologies like cloud, data and artificial intelligence (AI), as well as improving their cybersecurity and environmental impact.

9. IBM Consulting

Revenue: US$61.9bn (2023, IBM)

Employees: 282,000

CEO: Arvind Krishna

Founded: 1911

IBM’s consulting business provides a comprehensive range of services aimed at helping businesses integrate and optimise technology to drive innovation and efficiency. IBM Consulting aids organisations in reimagining their business processes through digital technologies. This includes implementing new software, upgrading legacy systems, and leveraging cutting-edge technologies like AI and blockchain to improve efficiency and create new business models.

Another major focus is on helping clients migrate to cloud environments, manage hybrid cloud systems, and optimise their cloud infrastructure for performance and cost-effectiveness.

8. Bain & Company

Revenue: US$6bn

Employees: 19,000

CEO: Manny Maceda

Founded: 1973

Bain & Company is a global consultancy that works alongside its clients with a shared ambition to achieve extraordinary results and redefine industries. It works with its clients in the technology sector to predominantly streamline R&D processes, improve cybersecurity, and reduce costs. Bain’s technology consultants utilise cross-sector expertise and global insights to help tech companies compete and thrive among constant industry innovation. Its technology consultants provide end-to-end expertise that addresses every element of an organisation’s infrastructure, from systems & architecture to workforce.

7. Boston Consulting Group

Revenue: US$11.7bn (2023)

Employees: 30,000

CEO: Christoph Schweizer

Founded: 1963

Boston Consulting Group’s technology industry consulting experts help companies go further, faster, by transforming operating models, ways of working, and such core functions as pricing, sales, and product innovation and engineering. The organisation draws upon a global network of thought leaders, as well as BCG X, its tech build and design unit. Together with BCG, BCG X partners with clients to build, operate, scale, and transfer capabilities and solutions that generate the greatest amount of impact for business and society.

6. EY

Revenue: US$49.4bn

Employees: 395,000

CEO: Carmine Di Sibio

Founded: 1903

EY helps organisations with digital transformation services, providing an elevated constituent experience that matches private sector quality. Its technology strategy encompasses a full set of consulting capabilities to help organisations globally think through the strategic issues and fully align technology to their overall purpose and business objectives.

With a focus on helping clients unlock the full potential of technology, EY’s technology consulting services are designed to enable digital-driven transformation and position organisations for long-term success in the digital era.

5. McKinsey & Company

Revenue: US$16bn (2023)

Employees: 45,000

Managing Partner: Bob Sternfels 

Founded: 1926

McKinsey Digital consulting helps organisations outcompete with technology. The company offers world-class technology consulting services to help organisations thrive in the digital era. McKinsey’s technology experts work hand-in-hand with clients to assess their current technology capabilities, identify opportunities for improvement, and develop transformative digital strategies. 

Meanwhile QuantumBlack, its AI consultancy division, offers a range of services to help businesses leverage data and technology to improve their operations, decision-making, and customer experience.

4. PwC

Revenue: US$50.3bn (2022)

Employees: 328,000

Chair: Bob Moritz

Founded: 1998

With its strategy, industry and engineering experience, PwC helps businesses weave technology throughout their business to create something unique, drive growth and accelerate outcomes. 

PwC’s offerings span cloud computing, data analytics, cybersecurity, enterprise architecture, and emerging technologies like AI and blockchain. With a focus on aligning technology with business objectives, PwC empowers clients to leverage digital solutions that enhance operational efficiency, drive innovation and maintain a competitive edge in the market.


Revenue: US$36.4bn

Employees: 227,000

CEO: William B. Thomas

Founded: 1987

KPMG’s network of professionals helps technology company leaders navigate today’s pressing business issues including the use of AI, the expanding reach of everything-as-a-service, customer and revenue growth, data and analytics, ESG initiatives and reporting requirements and more.

From digital transformation and cybersecurity to ERP solutions and emerging technologies, KPMG’s expertise spans the full spectrum of IT consulting. The firm assists clients in aligning their technology investments with their business objectives, modernising their IT infrastructure, and enhancing their digital customer experiences.

2. Accenture

Revenue: US$64bn (2023)

Employees: 733,000

CEO: Julie Sweet

Founded: 1989

Accenture’s Technology Strategy and Advisory practice helps organisations harness technology and innovation to shape their technology visions. This is achieved through executing journeys in digital transformation, and reinventing businesses to create real value from their technology investments. 

Accenture also offers technology strategy and architecture consulting, guiding clients in aligning their technology investments with their overall business objectives. This can involve services such as enterprise architecture design, IT governance, and change management.

Accenture’s technology consulting practice also includes services in areas such as software development, systems integration, and IT infrastructure management. The firm’s team of technology experts work closely with clients to ensure that their technology solutions are tailored to their specific needs and deliver tangible business value.

It also has a strong focus on emerging technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, and quantum computing, and offers consulting services to help clients explore and leverage these technologies to drive innovation and gain a competitive edge.

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