Technology Advisory Services at PwC !!

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Hi there, Can anyone please throw some light what kind of work is exactly done in TAS (*Technology Advisory Services* ) at *PriceWaterHouseCoopers* ?? Does the work consists of software development or more of IT internal audit etc.. ? Wh...
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It depends on which of the SBU's you join. If you are a college fresher, you are most likely to join SAP, Oracle Apps, Microsoft Dynamics or BI. In SAP and Oracle Apps, you might be a functional consultant who looks at business processes and fitment into current product or a technical consultant who will code. If you go into Microsoft Dynamics or BI it will be complete coding. Enterprise Architecture and Implementation is definitely a coding job. Risk is not given to college freshers. Mostly these jobs are worth about 2-3 years, after which for movement upward an MBA is required. PwC's brand image though it has taken a beating due to the Satyam scandal is still a respected brand, and I have been working here for the last two years and have now got into IIM C. The people here are really supportive of higher studies and encourage it among the employees. There is a competetive atmosphere as well, as all the hires are almost exclusively from IIT's and IIM's.


PwC Consultant MS Dynamics

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IT advisory services at PwC includes the following sub SBUs:

SAP
Oracle Applications
MS Dynamics
Business Intelligence
Enterprise Architecture and Implementation
IT Risk Management

For details about all these u can visit the PwC website

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Hi there,

Can anyone please throw some light what kind of work is exactly done in TAS (Technology Advisory Services ) at PriceWaterHouseCoopers ??

Does the work consists of software development or more of IT internal audit etc.. ? What exactly is IT internal Audit,IT Risk & compliance ??

I need some information on exactly how these line of services (TAS) exactly work at any of the Big 4 firms (E&Y;,PwC,Deloiite,KPMG) What are the career options after working here for a few years ??

Regards,
Starwalker.

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