Case Study: The Boston Consulting Group

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Register to read the introduction… 3.Bain & Company-Bain & Companyis an American global management consulting firm headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, serving as an advisor to many of the world's largest businessess, nonprofit organizations, and governments.Bain has 48 offices in 31 countries and more than 5,500 employees.
4.Booz & Company-Booz & Company is a global management cousulting firm established in the United States in 1914.It is recognized as one of the most prestigious management consulting firms in the world and one of the best consulting firms to work for by Consulting Magazine.

Out of these 4 companies, I am impressed with the Boston Consulting group because of the reach that the company has in coming out to its users, the company also has a really good web team that provides a user friendly website and technical support. Besides this, the company has offices in almost all regions around the
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The thing with indirect costs are always that it is not always apparent and most of the companies does not try to fully indulge into finding the indirect costs associated with developing their products but its is really important to determine these costs because it adds up together in the long-run and that could end up being costly. Even though during cases when the accurate indirect costs are unknown , it is really very necessary for system analysts to try and determine and identify the indirect costs associated with total cost of ownership. Total cost of ownership includes the direct costs as well as the indirect costs and it also includes all the future operational and support …show more content…
CASE tools can be used at every stage of systems development. Productivity software/s can be used which are word processing, spreadsheet, database management, presentation graphics and collaboration software programs. Although Microsoft Office is the best-known set of productivity software programs, other vendors offer products in each of these categories. Collaboration software can also used to help develop the systems. Graphics modeling software/s such as Microsoft Visio, which is a popular software-modeling tool can produce a wide range of charts and diagrams. Visio includes a library of templates, stencils and shapes. An analyst can use Visio to crate many types of visual models, including business processes, flowcharts, network diagrams, organizational charts and much

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