Partners

Sabains

www.sabains.com

Sabains was formed by a team of experienced ex bankers and ex Heads of Capital Markets within Microsoft/Oracle/IBM and have over 2 decades of experience of working within the City of London, New York, Tokyo, Singapore for large multinational Financial Institutions.

When it comes to financial services, not only does the Sabains team “get it” we are also able to work efficiently and effectively to deliver both guidance and solutions to tier 1 and 2 institutions.

We understand the culture, the demands, the needs and the environments of financial institutions and in particular the regulatory requirements surrounding the industry.

We have seen the problems and the needs of banks from both sides of the fence. Our extensive experience enables us to manage not only high level, but also to get involved in solving problems at a detailed level with our team of SME’s complemented with our “hands on” approach.

The extreme and complex situations are exactly where we help to unravel and provide clarity to drive businesses forward.

Coupled with our Business Generation division, we are able to position and recommend partner firms with expertise around specialist areas to bring forward solutions to all parties.

Grant Thornton

www.gti.org

Grant Thornton are one of the world’s largest accounting, tax and advisory firms in the world and have a specialist technology advisory practice that use the SpecIT™Toolset to help them advise on technology projects across the United States of America.

 Grant Thornton have used the Toolset for over 20 projects over the last couple of years advising organisations ranging from manufacturers and distributors to local Government.

CSC

www.csc.com

One of the world’s largest strategic advisors on Information Technology and business solutions CSC offers a wide range of innovative business solutions to help solve their client’s industry challenges.

CSC have used the SpecIT™Toolset across the world on numerous projects ranging from simple specification and selection to more complex, strategic projects covering a wide range of operations.