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Bearingpoint Rolls Out Excentive Compensation Management as Integrated Performance&Reward Platform
The management and technology consulting firm BearingPoint decided to roll out Excentive Compensation Management covering its firm-wide Performance Management and Rewards processes. BearingPoint now relies on Excentive International’s solution.
Stephan Pohl, who joined Excentive International 2 years ago as the Managing Director of German- speaking markets after 11 years at SAP says: “This deployment shows leaders across all industries have the same need for a robust Compensation Management solution that helps them stay ahead of competition. We witness this in Manufacturing, Banking, Insurance, Retail, Oil & Gas and now Professional Services. We are thrilled to count BearingPoint amongst our customers.”
BearingPoint joins the list of companies that trust Excentive International to complement their Oracle or SAP applications, turning Compensation Management into a competitive advantage. “The project at BearingPoint is a perfect illustration of this trend, along with many similar deployments currently in progress across Europe, North America and the Middle-East”
BearingPoint delivers business consulting with management and technology capabilities. As an independent firm with European roots and global reach BearingPoint serves leading companies and public sector organizations world-wide to align and optimize processes, IT and operating models with business strategy. Driven by a strong entrepreneurial mindset and desire to create long-term partnerships, BearingPoint’
performance, from strategy through to execution. BearingPoint currently employs 3,200 people in 15 countries. For more information please visit:
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Excentive enables companies to maximize the benefit of their largest controllable expense: performance-