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Meet Miles Ewing

Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Miles is a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Finance practice and leads the Integrated Performance Management offering. He has 12 years of experience working in finance and accounting functions across multiple industries. He specializes in large finance transformation projects for finance operations improvement, finance function strategy, mergers and divestitures and corporate performance management.

Miles leads Deloitte’s Integrated Performance Management (IPM) offering. His role focuses on improving the CFO’s ability to forecast and plan the business, define relevant reporting and support business partners with quality analytics.

Miles' most recent publications have focused on allocations strategies, business partnering and business model impact on planning. His recent work in financial forecasting and planning includes design of new planning processes and improving forecast accuracy at online, wireless telecom and high tech manufacturing companies. In addition, Miles has helped define the finance function strategy for multiple high tech manufacturing, publishing and online companies and is a leader in Deloitte’s Finance practice. Majority of Miles clients operate in the tech, telecom and media sectors.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of the South, Tennessee
Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas, Austin

Industry focus

Consumer Products
Media & Entertainment
Retail
Technology
Telecom
Tourism, Hospitality & Leisure

Market offering

Integrated Performance Management
Mergers & Acquisitions

Personal quote

"The two best pieces of advice I ever got for working in consulting were to do good work and remember the penalty for dropping one ball is greater than the benefit of keeping three more in the air."

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