2015 AMCF Spotlight Awards Finalists

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AMCF.org | March 16, 2015

2015 AMCF Awards Finalist

"As the global trade association for management consulting, AMCF is uniquely positioned to recognize and honor the achievements of consulting teams and their commitment to their clients," said Sally Caputo, President & COO of AMCF. "This year we received a record number of submissions, and for the first time we are excited to have an exemplary project receive the distinction of being named 'Project of the Year.'"

Finalists are selected across 13 categories for project work that best illustrates how consulting teams add value to their clients' organizations and to society at large.

The finalists were chosen by an independent panel of judges who assessed the quality of each submission and rigorously evaluated them against detailed selection criteria. This panel was comprised of experienced executives in both the private and public sectors, including respected journalists and academics.

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2015 AMCF Spotlight Awards Finalists

    Change Management

  • EY with Fannie Mae
  • EY with Monsanto
  • JMW Consultants with Z Energy

    Information Technology

  • KPMG with Jacksonville Transportation Authority
  • KPMG with Lloyds Banking Group
  • Tata Consultancy Services with Woolworths Limited

    Corporate Social Responsibility

  • EY with ConAgra Foods
  • KPMG with Ambuja Cement
  • Tata Consultancy Services with Child Maintenance Groupy

    Internal Initiative

  • EY
  • PwC
  • Tata Consultancy Services

    Customer Engagement

  • EY with Medtronic
  • Gulland Padfield with Silicon Valley Bank – Asia
  • Tata Consultancy Services with Hilton Grand Vacations Company

    New & Digital Media

  • FTI Consulting with U.S. Virgin Islands Water & Power Authority
  • KPMG with Lloyds Banking Group
  • Tata Consultancy Services with Marks & Spencer

    Developing Markets

  • EY with Benjamin Moore & Co.
  • Gulland Padfield with Silicon Valley Bank – Asia
  • KPMG with Independent Commission for Aid Impact – UK

    Operating Model Design

  • EY with Cigna
  • FTI Consulting with Hilton Worldwide
  • KPMG with AbbVie

    Finance / Risk Management

  • FTI Consulting with Hilton Worldwid
  • FTI Consulting with Michael Kenwood Group
  • KPMG with Banco Popular

    Operational Performance

  • EY with Pearson Education
  • PwC with Barts Health NHS Trust
  • Tata Consultancy Services with Child Maintenance Group

    Growth Strategies

  • EY with Benjamin Moore & Co.
  • EY with Duke Energy
  • EY with Ryder System, Inc.

    Supply Chain

  • EY with Carrier Corporation
  • KPMG with Jaguar Land Rover
  • Vector Consulting Group with Kirloskar Oil Engines Limited

    Human Capital

  • EY with Lenovo
  • FTI Consulting with ComEd
  • JMW Consultants with Z Energy

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