Resources Global Professionals and Leeyo enter strategic partnership

17 February 2015

US-based Resources Global Professionals has entered into a strategic partnership with Leeyo Software, a supplier of revenue cycle automation tools. The move enhances the firm’s Revenue Recognition service offering.

RGP's Revenue Recognition service offering provides a comprehensive assessment to clients, including a gap analysis and development of a future road map, as well as experienced, practical expertise in areas outside of finance and accounting to help clients implement a project plan and successfully meet the new standards. With the update to RevPro, Leeyo's recently announced software release to address the new standards, companies can now manage the performance obligations, reassessment requirements, new judgments and estimates, dual reporting and cumulative effect calculations in an efficient and cost-effective way.

"We are excited to partner with Leeyo," said Tracey Figurelli, Global Managing Director of Information Management. "This alliance provides a complete solution to our clients' requirement to meet the new complex Revenue Recognition standards."

Resources Global Professionals and Leeyo enter strategic partnership

Shauna Watson, Global Managing Director of Finance and Accounting and Revenue Recognition subject matter expert, adds: "RGP is helping our clients with the challenges of implementing the new standard in several ways. Through our flexible model, we are performing gap analyses and executing project plans, steering clients through the entire process from assessment to implementation, and providing operational support to manage day-to-day operations."

Jagan Reddy, Leeyo's Co-Founder and CEO, says the firm is excited about the opportunity to work with an “industry-recognised leaders like RGP”, adding that the partnership will bolster Leeyo Software’s implementation services for its customers. "RGP and Leeyo both bring real-world experience and deep technical knowledge to this business union."


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Grey Consulting and Makerversity announce strategic partnership

05 April 2019

Grey Consulting has forged a new alliance with Makerversity, a 500-strong community of the brightest creative innovators, headquartered at Somerset House, London. The partnership hopes to tap into the experimental community to develop pioneering solutions for Grey Consulting’s clients.

In August 2018, one of the world’s largest design agencies surprised the business world by launching a dedicated consulting outfit. The news came as the two industries continued on their trajectory towards a historic synthesis. The consulting industry has been engaged in a pitched battle with the advertising and design space for the past few years, as the former increasingly encroaches on the territory of the latter via a protracted campaign of mergers and acquisitions; but there had been little traffic moving in the other direction.

At its launch, Grey Consulting was not billed as a direct competitor to established consultancies. However, the firm behind the new entity hopes that its creative experience will give it a competitive edge in winning consulting business from its existing clients. The Grey Group is a global advertising and marketing agency with headquarters in New York City, and 432 offices in 96 countries, operating in 154 cities. Grey Consulting opened its doors with a view to aiding clients within the areas of business and brand design, innovation and digital transformations.Grey Consulting and Makerversity announce strategic partnership

Now, as the firm looks to further expand its footprint in the market, Grey Consulting has unveiled details of a ground-breaking new alliance with Makerversity, a 500-strong community of creative innovators headquartered at Somerset House, London. The alignment with Makerversity is hoped to unlock the potential of collaborating with one of the world’s most experimental communities.

Makerversity curates and convenes the best talent across product design, fashion, art and experimental architecture, sustainable materials, IoT, digital manufacturing, and coding. It provides spaces and workshops for professional makers to develop and create their work, supported by Somerset House Trust. The alliance is expected to enable Grey Consulting to develop pioneering solutions for its clients, together with innovators who make something amazing for a living, every day. 

Leo Rayman, Grey Consulting CEO, commented, “This gives our clients the potential to access a network of some of the most diverse and innovative individuals in the world today. Being so tightly connected to a community of makers means we don’t just develop transformational strategies but can quickly realise them in three dimensions. This sets Grey Consulting apart from the pure play strategy houses who are sometimes criticised for not making their thinking real at the pace modern businesses require.” 

Fiona Dent, CEO of Makerversity, added, “Makerversity acts as a catalyst for unexpected encounters, fostering collaborations between an incredible range of the brightest leading creators and innovators. Our experimental approach and engaged members, whose own practice is defining our world, create highly original new outcomes. We are delighted to bring this philosophy to a wider audience and generate interesting projects for Makerversity members through our partnership with Grey Consulting.”