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Insight Report: Digital revolution shapes environmental consultancy

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Environment Analyst invited senior managers from four leading environmental consulting providers to give their impressions of how the industry, their clients and their own businesses are responding to the challenges of digitalisation and the opportunities it presents.

It’s hard now to think of many sectors that digitalisation and digital technologies are not revolutionising, from retail to telecommunications and from public services to finance – and environmental consultancy is no exception. And the expectations of clients in terms of the cost savings, efficiencies and added-value insights that consultants can deliver using the latest cutting-edge digital technologies are lofty indeed. 

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With thanks to our contributors - including senior representatives from Arcadis, GHD, Jacobs and RSK, who are each finding their own way to stay ahead of the digital curve.

This report provides some essential pointers for firms looking hone their digital strategies, including:

  • What steps consultancies are taking to integrate digital technology advancements and upgrade their existing service offerings; and how these are being presented to market
  • The importance of collaboration and partnership with tech industry specialists vs strategies to build internal digital and analytical capabilities
  • Managing client expectations around what digital technologies can bring to the table
  • Key focus areas where the digital revolution can bring the biggest benefits to environmental consultancy

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