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EY unveils four new Centres of Excellence in Singapore

Zafirah Salim | March 15, 2016
These centres will offer business transformation strategy, cyber security, analytics and manufacturing capabilities across the Asia Pacific region.

EY has launched four Centres of Excellence - the Asia Pacific Advisory Centre, Asia Pacific Centre of Excellence for Analytics, Asia Pacific Centre of Excellence for Cyber Security, and Asia Pacific Centre of Excellence for Manufacturing - in Singapore today (15 March 2016).

These four Centres aim to provide services in digital business transformation strategy, cyber security, analytics and manufacturing to companies in the Asia Pacific region, serving both global and regional multinational companies with large and complex regional transformation projects.

According to EY, professionals at the Centres are equipped with experience and skills in the areas of analytics, cyber and information security and manufacturing excellence. They will deliver integrated capabilities and industry insights in supply chain strategy, procurement, operating models, risk and finance transformation, and people and organisation change.

"We live in an age where digital is transforming everything we do. These Centres of Excellence are part of our commitment to support our clients worldwide as they strive to successfully navigate the digital landscape. We are continuing to expand our global footprint with Centres that allow clients to work side by side with us, and new services and capabilities as we help them explore innovative ways of doing business in the disruptive digital age," said Paul Clark, Asia-Pacific Advisory Managing Partner, EY.

"The Asia-Pacific Advisory Centre and other Centres of Excellence provide a strategic and connected platform to build the integrated approaches that clients are increasingly asking for. Our clients will benefit from the enormous advantage of being able to leverage the skills, knowledge and networks of EY across Asia-Pacific and globally, as well as the specific market insights that are tailored to companies needs in their local operations," added Jonathan Wright, Partner and Leader for the EY Asia-Pacific Advisory Center, Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd.

Besides Wright, the Centres will be led by: Sunny Chu, EY's Asia-Pacific Analytics Leader (Centre Excellence for Analytics); Paul O'Rourke, EY's Asia-Pacific Cyber Security Leader (Centre of Excellence for Cyber Security); and Tad Carmody, EY's Asia-Pacific Leader for Supply Chain Manufacturing and Productivity (Centre of Excellence for Manufacturing).


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