Cloud is today’s most powerful tool for business transformation. Tune in for no-nonsense views from seasoned experts on how to put it to work for you.
Everyone’s talking cloud, but are they talking sense? Former journalist and current Accenture communications specialist Ellen Bencard digs past the corporate speak to reveal practical basics: what’s changing, who’s succeeding, why, and how.
S2E8: Accenture and Workday: Resignation, or The Great Reconnection?
The Great Resignation: we’ve all heard about it, read about it, and many of us have experienced the shift it's caused in the professional world. But what is really happening and how can cloud technology help us adjust? Our host sits down with Carolyn Horne of Workday and Colin Anderson of Accenture to discuss the intricacies of the new normal — and the role technology has played in facilitating remote work and retaining talent.
S2E7: Accenture and SAP: Cracking the supply chain challenge
Supply chains have become sexy. In this episode, our host talks with Stephane Crosnier of Accenture UK and John McNiff of SAP. The last two years have been a perfect storm of critical supply chain issues; our experts offer practical insight into how businesses have used innovative technologies to stay ahead of perpetual disruption.
S2E6: Accenture, Adobe and Currys: Building the experience renaissance
What does it take to win customers for life? Creating exquisite personalised experiences at the right moment. But with so much data to sift through it can be a challenge to find the right solutions for buyers. Our host is joined by Saul Lopes of Currys and Accenture’s Katrina Harianto to discuss the most effective ways to build stunning solutions that have customers coming back for more.
S2E5: Accenture and Salesforce: Growing talent under pressure
Any tool is only useful in skilled hands—and that’s especially true for the cloud. In this episode of Walk in the Cloud, our host is joined by Accenture’s Stephanie Sadowski and Stuart Mills of Salesforce to discuss how highly skilled organisations can maximise the value of their cloud investments to find and grow the talent they need.
S2E4: Accenture and Oracle: Adjusting to disruption
In the world of constant change, adaptability has never been more crucial than it is today. Building speed and agility allows us to thrive in times of digital disruption. On this episode of Walk in the Cloud, our host is joined by Oracle’s Alastair Watts and Accenture UK’s David Middup to discuss a more systematic, yet holistic, approach towards embracing digital fluency to develop strategic agility and resilience within big organisations.
S2E3: Accenture and Google: Culture captures the castle
Innovating is one of the hardest things for organisations of any size to achieve, but that doesn’t mean that innovation is the exclusive purview of a few elite businesses. On this episode, our host is joined by Google Cloud’s Finn Toner and Accenture UK’s Akosua Kudom to discuss how the right partnerships and cloud technology can help organisations of all sizes to innovate better.
S2E2: Accenture and AWS: The rise of the cloud economist
Potential cost savings are a major draw for cloud transformation. But the cloud’s financial potential doesn’t stop there. On this episode, our host is joined by Kevin Long, Cloud Economist at Amazon Web Services, and Dean Oliver, Accenture’s Cloud First UK FinOps Lead, to explore all of the financial use cases of moving to the cloud—and how the right partnerships can help unleash the cloud’s full potential.
S2E1: Accenture, Microsoft and SSE: A greener future
What happens when the world’s largest software company, a multinational energy company and Accenture get together to tackle decarbonisation? They try to save the world. Microsoft’s Matt Higham and SSE’s John Downes explain why their organisations see partnerships as essential to achieving the most audacious goals of their businesses.