SOURCE: Wall Street Equity Research

Wall Street Equity Research

September 17, 2010 08:42 ET

Analyst Study on Accenture and Genpact -- Persisting Inconsistency for Management Services

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Many Management services companies are seeing sporadic growth and mixed financial results lately. These providers of diversified management services are seeing rollercoaster like performances because of positive, negative and neutral revenues of individual services. The following will examine some of these services and the effect the current status of the economy is having on it.

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Outsourcing divisions have been a plus lately. Cost cutting has led to massive layoffs which have often resulted to some companies outsourcing outside of the U.S. Management services companies that provide outsourcing services are seeing increased demand and in turn increased revenues. Fascinatingly, the soaring unemployment level in the U.S. has impacted wages paid to low-skilled outsourcing centers in some regions of the country thus putting U.S. outsourcing costs at par with that of India. This has pushed Genpact Ltd. to consider increasing its workforce in the country. Investors can access free research on Genpact Ltd. now by signing up at http://wallstreetequityresearch.com/September172010GenpactLtd.(G)170910.php.

Technical services, on the other hand, have been a negative in recent months. One of the reasons is that PC growth estimates are down to 15% from 20%. The lower demand in computers is directly influencing the shortfall in demand for technical services. Visit us at http://www.wallstreetequityresearch.com/ to understand the catalysts and forces driving or affecting companies in the management services industry.

Last but not least, consulting services have been neutral of late. Struggling businesses are viewing consulting services as a double-edged sword. Many companies have scaled back capital for consulting to save money while others justify the expense in hope that it will result in increased revenues.

One thing is for sure within the industry: competition continues to remain tough and some of the big players like Accenture plc. have recently felt the pressure rising with IBM's latest acquisition of OpenPage. Investors can register today at http://wallstreetequityresearch.com/September172010Accentureplc(ACN)170910.php to download the full report on Accenture plc.

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