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In  the world of technology, it’s not enough to react to change. You have to create change to stay ahead. The companies that can pull it off are the ones that are in command of every aspect of their business ― from high-profile innovation to the fundamentals of operations. Many companies are good at one or two of these areas, but not all of them. That’s where we can help. Our Technology specialists, a key part of our Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) practice, work aggressively to help industry leaders make dramatic change work for them.

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