Deliver analytics, content and related services and offerings to help clients to meet complex strategic and operational challenges
IHS, an information company in energy, economics, geopolitical risk, sustainability and supply chain management has signed a strategic alliance agreement with Deloitte to leverage their combined organisational strengths to deliver analytics, content and related services and offerings that help clients meet complex strategic and operational challenges.
IHS vice president-EHS & Sustainability Woody Ritchey said IHS see this alliance as another major step forward in their ability to advance decisions that drive innovation.
"By offering IHS content and systems in combination with Deloitte’s experience – in technology implementation and integration, strategy, analytics, supply chain, process redesign, controls, change management and more – we can now help our clients turn information investments into competitive advantages," said Ritchey.
Deloitte principal Lee Dittmar said together, IHS and Deloitte can do more to help their clients address their business needs and achieve their goals.
"Many industry leaders already work with both IHS and Deloitte for help with a host of business issues including strategy, supply chain, enterprise sustainability, forecasting and risk management," said Dittmar.
‘Through the alliance with IHS, we can deliver services that combine our broad range of advisory, consulting and implementation services with IHS content, software and services to help our clients improve their capabilities and application of analytics," said Dittmar.
Deloitte & Touche LLP director Steve Engler said they see a growing number of companies taking a more strategic, enterprise approach.
"We look forward now to supporting clients who have already invested in IHS solutions, and helping others implement and leverage IHS software to address their needs in enterprise sustainability management," said Engler.
The companies will develop and offer services and offerings to customers in the oil and gas, utilities, metals and mining, aerospace and defense, chemicals, manufacturing and government sectors.