Ernst & Young acquires Adelphi Digital Consulting in SG and Australia

Ernst & Young (EY) has further strengthened its capability and resources in digital after acquiring Adelphi Digital Consulting Group and Adelphi Digital Consulting Group based in Singapore and Australia. The Adelphi Digital team of over 170 staff will join EY in Australia and Singapore, with the business now branded as EY.

Adelphi Digital’s CEO, Margaret Manning (pictured), will join EY as a Partner in the Advisory practice of EY and will be based in Singapore. “The Adelphi Digital team are extremely excited to be joining EY in both Australia and Singapore,” said Manning. “EY has a very strong innovation consulting culture, which is a great match with our heritage in digital transformation and user experience design.”

Max Loh, EY Asean and Singapore managing partner, Ernst & Young said: “Adelphi Digital has a strong reputation in the market for delivering leading edge digital experiences for clients, and their addition strengthens our ability to help companies seize the upsides of digital and accelerate their business transformation. Our unique advantage is being able to infuse digital into the multi-domain and cross-service line EY approach to help clients solve their complex end-to-end business transformation challenges.”

“Coupled with the recent opening of EY wavespaceTM in Singapore and recognition by Forrester Research as a leader in innovation consulting, EY is well-placed to support clients with aspects of their digital lifecycle from strategy; product and service innovation, and customer experience to technology development,” he added.

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