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“Accenture told Hertz it would cost an additional $10m – on top of the $32m it had already been paid – to finish the project.”
Rental firm fuming after consultancy 'never delivered a functional site or mobile app'
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Todd Harris Apr 24
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Sheesh. I’m hearing more and more about mid-scoped work. A $32M redesign?
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Faris Apr 24
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Pricing power
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Jennifer Bonhomme Apr 25
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As a XD idea, I would love to click to the other thread where the accenture / consulting folks laugh at a headline of adland blowing the work on an over-inflated project. There is waste all around. Bad insights and bad data have intelligent execs struggling.
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Faris Apr 25
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I don’t think They think about us As much as we think about them ;)
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Amber Benson Apr 24
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Would be really curious to see the breakdown of fees was here.
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Faris Apr 24
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Right?!
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John Degraft-Johnson Apr 24
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Look at that ability to charge for your time. Still getting paid $32m to deliver something awful. If only agencies could charge like this... Most agencies would have fixed it for free and paid to pitch the next project!
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Faris Apr 24
Replying to @deejington
It’s very impressive. Amazing actually, that they can do this. And indeed what if they could / did.
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Matt Noble Apr 25
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Caspar von Wrede 🐿️ Apr 27
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I think this screenshot was also made by Accenture. It's impossible to read on mobile
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