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Accenture è provider di riferimento per le aziende che vogliono migrare al cloud per cogliere le opportunità della nuova era di erogazione dei servizi in cui applicazioni e infrastrutture sono erogati in modalità As-a-Service. In accordo con la propria Cloud First Agenda, Accenture offre un’ampia gamma di servizi cloud specifici per industry, che includono la definizione della strategia, l’implementazione, la migrazione e la gestione, come anche risorse tecnologiche quali l’Accenture Cloud Platform, in grado di supportare importanti programmi di trasformazione per i clienti. Accenture ha lavorato su più di 20.000 progetti in ambito cloud computing, di cui tre quarti per conto di aziende presenti nella classifica Fortune Global 100, e ha più di 31.000 professionisti formati su competenze cloud.
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the company’s profitability could suffer if its cost-management strategies are unsuccessful, and the company may not be able to improve its profitability through improvements to cost-management to the degree it has done in the past; changes in the company’s level of taxes, as well as audits, investigations and tax proceedings, or changes in the company’s treatment as an Irish company, could have a material adverse effect on the company’s results of operations and financial condition; the company’s business could be materially adversely affected if the company incurs legal liability; the company’s work with government clients exposes the company to additional risks inherent in the government contracting environment; the company might not be successful at identifying, acquiring or integrating businesses, entering into joint ventures or divesting businesses; the company’s Global Delivery Network is increasingly concentrated in India and the Philippines, which may expose it to operational risks; as a result of the company’s geographically diverse operations and its growth strategy to continue geographic expansion, the company is more susceptible to certain risks; adverse changes to the company’s relationships with key alliance partners or in the business of its key alliance partners could adversely affect the company’s results of operations; the company’s services or solutions could infringe upon the intellectual property rights of others or the company might lose its ability to utilize the intellectual property of others; if the company is unable to protect its intellectual property rights from unauthorized use or infringement by third parties, its business could be adversely affected; the company’s ability to attract and retain business and employees may depend on its reputation in the marketplace; if the company is unable to manage the organizational challenges associated with its size, the company might be unable to achieve its business objectives; any changes to the estimates and assumptions that the company makes in connection with the preparation of its consolidated financial statements could adversely affect its financial results; 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