Accenture Federal Services Expands Technology and Innovation Center in San Antonio, Texas
The San Antonio center, which opened in 2015, will also house the Accenture Federal SAP HANA Center of Excellence – a full-service SAP HANA innovation and delivery hub for Accenture’s federal clients across the United States. The SAP HANA in-memory technology platform enables innovation through better decision-making, simplified processes and increased systems agility. The platform combines advanced analytics capabilities with technology to improve performance in critical functions such as logistics, human capital management, finance and security.
The center will also connect to and leverage expertise from Accenture Technology Labs, Accenture Global Delivery Network, Centers of Excellence and Industry Solution Centers. This expansion brings the total number of Accenture Federal Services employees in San Antonio to 1,400 by the end of the year.
“This expanded Technology and Innovation Center accelerates our ability to help more federal clients implement digital-first while helping improve the way citizens work and live,” said David Moskovitz, Accenture Federal Services Chief Executive.
According to company officials by expanding the Technology and Innovation Center and establishing the SAP HANA Center of Excellence, Accenture expects to help equip its federal agency clients to address an array of challenges as they seek to glean deeper insights from data, improve decision-making processes, and leverage advanced analytics, mobility and the cloud.
“Accenture is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workplace that enables our people to be successful – and will help attract San Antonio’s top talent. We believe that our diversity makes us stronger, smarter, more innovative and better able to help solve our customer’s most complex problems,” added Moskovitz.
“Accenture’s new Technology and Innovation Center in San Antonio creates quality jobs in software engineering and related business services and is a welcome addition to the local economy and community,” said Mayor Ivy R. Taylor. “San Antonio is a growing incubator for innovation, and we are proud they have chosen to expand and create new jobs here in our city.”
As part of its commitment to local workforce development, Accenture has partnered with nonprofits Project Quest and Knowledge is Power Program San Antonio, as well as the Business Careers High School, a magnet high school at the Oliver Wendell Holmes High School campus in Northside ISD in San Antonio. Accenture provides mentoring workshops, internships and college-preparatory curriculum guidance.
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