Fuente: www.consultant-news.com Fecha: 20.04.2010
Deloitte in the UK has appointed Mark Lillie and Jeremy Harris as partners in its Energy, Infrastructure and Utility practice. Lillie will head up the IT strategy team and Harris has joined the programme leadership consulting practice and will be focused on construction and infrastructure projects.
Harris comes to Deloitte from KPMG, where he advised the energy, infrastructure and construction sectors. He led KPMG’s major projects advisory practice, assisting the firm’s clients on large multi-billion dollar capital projects and programmes. Lillie was partner and vice president at Booz and Company leading its European energy and IT practice and prior to that was a partner at Accenture.
Lillie said: “I look forward to working with Deloitte’s clients to develop and implement IT strategies that align with their business and organisation’s goals. Deloitte has real depth of expertise and implementation experience which I believe is our market differentiator.”
Harris added: “Deloitte is already advising on the delivery of high value landmark projects such as the London 2012 Games, Crossrail and many others around the world. I am very excited by the many opportunities and the market demand for the financial, programme and cost-optimisation skills we bring to clients delivering the largest, most complex projects on earth – it’s fantastic to work with great people delivering great projects on such a scale.”
Carl Hughes, head of Deloitte’s energy, infrastructure and utilities practice commented: “We are delighted to welcome two experts of such high calibre to Deloitte. Their previous experience makes them both real assets to the team and to our clients.”