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Ernst & Young: Greg Cudahy joins to lead Performance Improvement practice
February 6, 2013
Ernst & Young announced today that Greg Cudahy, former North American Operations practice leader for Accenture, has joined the firm to lead the Advisory Services Performance Improvement group.
While with Accenture, Cudahy also served as that company’s global leader of Value-based Deals, and previously as global leader for Supply Chain Strategy and Planning. Earlier, he held the global Supply Chain Management and Americas Management Consulting leadership positions for the largest European-headquartered professional services firm at the time, as well as a global P&L position in the software industry, where he was executive vice president responsible for the Pricing and Revenue Optimization and Supplier Relationship Management lines of business.
In his new role, Cudahy will oversee the firm’s client work and service offerings related to supply chain, finance, customer, transformation and collaboration, and performance technology and will coordinate such services across North America, South America, and Israel for the global Ernst & Young organization.
Chell Smith, Advisory Markets Leader for Ernst & Young LLP comments:
“With Greg’s leadership, we can continue to underscore the firm’s commitment to transforming industries and help clients achieve the next level of business performance,” she said. “Today’s market dynamics are proving that getting the basics right is critical. Greg will be instrumental in driving the fundamentals of our growth strategy which balances organic growth with strategic acquisitions.”