- Accenture Frontend Software Engineer, interview tomorrow - advice? Background: I am going through a career change. I'm going from PM / business-related roles to a software engineer. I've completed a coding bootcamp, so I recognize I still have a lot to learn. Luckily though! I have an interview with Accenture for a front-end engineer position tomorrow. This
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- Starting Salary at Consulting Firms Hi All. Currently I am one year out of college and a staff consultant at Capgemini working with cloud ERPs and to be honest I think we college hires got screwed on salary compared to other firms. Granted we were college hires but a promotion only comes with a 5-10k boost in salary depending on each
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- Why do clients choose consulting companies as implementations partners? Why would you choose e.g. Deloitte or Accenture to be implementation partners as they don't own any software products..
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