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July 3, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

The Japanese arm of the one of the Big Six accounting firms, Arthur Anderson & Co, is to strengthen the systems integration activities of its Anderson Consulting unit: in addition to the systems consulting work that it undertakes already, the management consulting team will be brought in to advise top-level user executives, and the firm will put more effort into the sale of packaged software; staff will be increased from the current 600 to 2,000 by 1995 and a new Strategic Services Group will be formed, with the aim of building even closer ties between the management and systems areas in client companies; Anderson has even been looking at buying a systems developer to improve its systems development capability, but has elected to grow its own staff instead; other areas for expansion are knowledge systems and software engineering.

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