. Headquartered in Detroit, PRTM’s Automotive industry group has helped
its clients gain strategic advantage, successfully target market needs, and
effectively leverage technology. Our consultants are experts from all facets
of the automotive industry. Product And Cycle-time Excellence® (PACE®) and
the Supply-Chain Operations Reference-model® (SCOR®), proven methodologies
developed by PRTM, have become industry standards.
PRTM has 350 consultants, based in North America, Europe, and Asia. The
firm has 14 offices worldwide. PRTM has worked on over 6,000 engagements
with companies ranging from start-ups to the Fortune 10. Some of the
companies and organizations that have publicly recognized
PRTM's engagements with them are Sun
Microsystems, Inktomi, Nextel Communications, 3Com, Texas Instruments,
Amersham Pharmacia Biotech, Xerox, Celestica, GM, NCR, Eaton, Cisco, and
the US Navy.
Arthur D. Little, now owned by Altran,
had the chance to be part of the evolution of the
automotive industry since its beginning with the creation of the first
R&D lab for GM in 1911. This history has led Arthur D. Little to work
for most of the leading automotive OEMs and suppliers including
passenger-cars, vans, light and heavy-trucks manufacturers.
Altran is also in strategy
and management consulting, which has increased through the acquisition
of the Arthur D. Little brand and its worldwide presence.
The Altran Group presents
16,533 employees at the
end of 2003
1,337.8 million euro
turnover in 2003
50.7% of Group turnover
was made outside France in 2003
A.T. Kearney has over 300 dedicated automotive
consultants, spanning North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia. We
are present in all auto producing countries and in the largest markets.
A.T. Kearney’s history of
consulting to the automotive industry goes back over 75 years.
A.T. Kearney delivers
leading vehicle capabilities in strategy, operations and technology to
OEMs, suppliers, systems integrators, dealer groups and aftermarket
retailers through in depth knowledge of all sides of the market
and provides leading edge thinking
supported with exclusive research, proprietary automotive databases,
global benchmarks and best practices. A.T. Kearney has
4000 employees worldwide, approximately two-thirds are
consultants. 2003 revenue was
$857 million. Offices are
in over 55 cities and 35 countries
As one of the leading management consultants to the global
automotive industry, Booz Allen has helped senior executives at OEMs and
suppliers in North America, Europe, and Asia address critical strategic,
operational, and systems issues. Booz Allen has helped clients turn
marginal market returns into exceptional returns.
was founded 1914, is privatly held and
headquartered in McLean, VA. In 2003 Booz
Allen employed about 16,000 staff worldwide, in
offices on six continents. Financial year sales in 2004
was $2.7 billion
.CSC Ploenzke is the
German branch of Computer Science Corporation (CSC), El Segundo (USA),
one of the leading IT-Consulting Companies in the world. Our global
Automotive Practice provides leading edge industry Know-how to our
customers. Supply Chain Management, Customer Relationship Management and
all aspects of e-business are only a few of the areas in which we help
our customers to be successful.
McKinsey's Automotive & Assembly Practice
helps companies in virtually all areas of the automotive industry, as
well as non-automotive companies focused on assembling products. Within
the automotive industry, McKinsey serves
the major automobile and commercial vehicle manufacturers, their
important component suppliers, material suppliers, and companies focused
on downstream sales and distribution. McKinsey's
work has involved almost every major vehicle-system, assembly, and
McKinsey's Automotive &
Assembly Extranet (http://autoassembly.mckinsey.com/)
is a dedicated source of news, views, and insights about and for
the automotive and assembly sector. The password-protected Extranet
offers one of the best sources of knowledge and contacts in the A&A
A weekly news round-up
guarantees that all key automotive management topics are covered and
regularly placed on the Extranet
commentary and publications do support managers of the A&A industry in
their daily work
Extranet users are also
invited to set up their own, personalized daily newsfeed
Users are granted access
to 25 top automotive and economic publications
Roland Berger's Automotive Competence Center (ACC) works
with leading light and commercial vehicle manufacturers, automotive
distributors and retailers, as well as automotive suppliers and
automotive service providers around the globe.
In close cooperation with
its clients, Roland Berger's
Automotive Competence Center solves a wide range
of strategic issues and operational problems at every stage of the
automotive industry value chain.
The ACC is one of the
largest industry Competence Centers of Roland Berger.
The teams consist of highly talented individuals, whose industry
and consulting experience guarantees that we can generate tangible value
for its clients. Over 700 successful projects in
the past decade have made Roland Berger's
Automotive Competence Center a leading player in the automotive
Bergeris active in all relevant markets,
serving its clients with nearly 1,700 employees
located in 31 offices across Europe, Asia and the Americas. Since the
firm's establishment in 1967, Roland Berger
enjoyed dynamic and sustainable growth and excellent business results.
An average growth rate of over 17% p.a. since 1970 clearly shows
Roland Berger's outstanding development.