Lünendonk White Paper 2020

Digital Consulting – Opportunities for Consulting Companies

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In this Lünendonk white paper in cooperation with Celonis, you can read about the current challenges facing consultancies and the great opportunities digitalisation offers them.

In times when the investment focus of consulting customers is on topics such as digitalization, efficiency increase and cost reduction as well as business analytics and big data, digital consulting and process analysis tools prove to be a real competitive advantage for consulting companies – after all, fact-based and data-driven insights can be derived from large or distributed data stocks within a very short time. Especially the technology of process mining enables the consulting firms to focus more on higher-value services, value-adding activities and creative improvement measures.

In the Lünendonk®-Whitepaper “Digital Consulting – Opportunities for consulting companies” Lünendonk & Hossenfelder in cooperation with Celonis, the leading provider of Process Mining and Process Excellence Software, highlights the effects and possibilities of digitalisation for consulting companies, supplemented by an expert interview and a case study.

Available since July, 16 2020 | PDF | German and English | free-of-charge

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Dr. Christoph Kisker, VP Digital Consulting Celonis SE

Dr. Christoph Kisker

VP Digital Consulting, Celonis SE

„Through data-supported and objective process analyses, consultancies can better argue the measures to be implemented and promote objective discussions between departments. This results in a new, fact-based transparency of consulting projects and their business case. The process inefficiencies at the customer’s site that are revealed by process mining thus become a business case-driven generator for further implementation projects.“

Jonas Lünendonk - Managementberatung - Lünendonk & Hossenfelder

Jonas Lünendonk

Managing Partner, Lünendonk & Hossenfelder GmbH

„Consulting companies are increasingly being asked by their customers whether they use digital analysis options of process and transaction data from client companies to generate insights and proposed solutions faster and more comprehensively than before. This is where the pressure from the client side increases. It is therefore foreseeable that the demand for analyses of digital data traces will increase as the client companies’ digital transformation increases. Consultancies must therefore expand their analysis toolboxes to include these possibilities.“