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Who is Accenture?

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posted on Sep, 13 2021 @ 03:20 AM
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I am hoping some of the wise minds here at ATS can have a look at the following. I don't know if this is a nothing burger, or my gut is right and here is another link to the NWO that is playing out.

Today I read this article about a global Covid travel passport New boarder pass
The company that has received the grant is Accenture

Accenture looks to be a company that develops and implements IT solutions. This stuff is way over my head, but I am creeping out over some of what I am reading within their site, it looks more like a global framework for governments agencies to follow, more than just an IT company that is working on a global digital Covid passport solution.
Here is a pdf to their guide Here

I wont link directly to the phrases that I find troubling, unless anyone wants. as I would like to see if anyone else thinks there is something worth looking into.
And I wouldn't have even mentioned this, until I dug a little deeper and found what I believe to be a link with Vanguard.
I found that there were some stock trading between Vanguard and Accenture on the 31st December 2019 on the edgar resource site. I don't know how to link it as its a popup window.



posted on Sep, 13 2021 @ 04:28 AM
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a reply to: kangawoo

Accenture, belongs to Palantir, Technologies, which belongs to SV17q.

Locally (US) acts as Accenture Federal Services (AFS), which belongs to NSA, which belongs to SV17q. In 2016, former associate deputy director at the National Security Agency (NSA) joined Accenture Federal Services (AFS), among others intelligence officers.

You can safely dig out info about them: you'll find the usual stuff on IT solutions, and the usual meme about providing global solutions to global threats.



posted on Sep, 13 2021 @ 06:39 AM
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Alternatively...

Accenture was previously known as Andersen Consulting, an offshoot of Arthur Andersen. They changed their name after the the big audit scandals in the late 1990s.

One of the spinoff companies under Andersen Consulting was a little-known group called PRA Solutions (Passenger Revenue Accounting - based in MPLS) that had contracts with many major airlines, including Qantas, Continental, United and a load of other smaller ones. The did accounting reconciliation with airline fare rules, paper ticket scanning which they did in Juarez, and accounts receivable.

Over the years they got involved with online travel applications. PRA Solutions was renamed Navitaire sometime in the early 2000s.

Fast forward to today: Navitaire (which I suspect still has a very tight relationship with Accenture) has the tech know-how to do this type of work.



posted on Sep, 13 2021 @ 06:47 AM
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a reply to: kangawoo

Their a shared services contracting firm. Basically, corporations hire them for outsourced expertise that they dont want to hire in house for. They charge a set rate for a contract, and usually because piss poor leadership and management, wind up making 3-4X the rate cause they use the inefficiencies of corporations to their advantage to milk them for what its worth. Think of it like this, A gallon of milk costs 5 bucks right. You hire me, I will give you a gallon for 3 dollars. So you do, your saving money. Now you just have to drive to Pennsylvannia and pick it up. Oh....... you don't want to do that, not an issue, I can ship it for 3 dollars. So now you are paying 6 dollars for something you could have gotten for 5 dollars. Oh, the milk I shipped you was bad? Not an issue, I can do expedited shipping and customer packaging for 2 dollars more, just to make sure its good for you when it arrives. Now your paying 8 for something you could have gotten for 5...... Ya, that's how they work. They accomplish the goal, but you could have just gone to the store and saved your money, and if you knew all the ins and outs before hand, you wouldn't have hired them. Their an executives wet dream, and a regular persons nightmare, cause at the end of the day, they leave you holding a bag.

Camain



posted on Sep, 13 2021 @ 07:05 AM
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I can only note that I knew some people who worked for them. They processed Warranty claims for an automotive manufacturer. When that company outsourced to India they then processed unemployment claims for another state.



posted on Sep, 13 2021 @ 09:32 AM
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I briefly worked for them in 1999 doing Y2k stuff for Sage Life. When I went to work at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, they had just been kicked off the huge upgrade project for non-delivery.

They were such a joke, we referred to them as Accidenture.
We also joked that their consultants weren't graded by the work they did, but by the amount of useless documents they could create.



posted on Sep, 13 2021 @ 09:39 AM
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originally posted by: deltaalphanovember
I briefly worked for them in 1999 doing Y2k stuff for Sage Life. When I went to work at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, they had just been kicked off the huge upgrade project for non-delivery.

They were such a joke, we referred to them as Accidenture.
We also joked that their consultants weren't graded by the work they did, but by the amount of useless documents they could create.



I had the same experience with Anderson, at around the same time, and have taken over several failed projects from Accenture more recently.

I strongly recommend staying away from them as either consultant or customer.

Would say much more if not afraid of their propensity to sue former employees.



posted on Sep, 13 2021 @ 09:56 AM
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a reply to: Nunyabizisit

Yep you are right, they weren't Accenture yet in 1999 ... my memory is fading lol




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