Cap Gemini Ernst & Young launches publication dedicated to energy, utilities & chemicals

HOUSTON, Texas, Jan. 20, 2003 — Cap Gemini Ernst & Young US LLC announced the launch of the 80-page special issue of Perspectives on Business Innovation entitled “The Adaptive Enterprise: Energy, Utilities & Chemicals.”

Produced in collaboration with the Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Center for Business Innovation (CBI) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Winter 2002 edition is a collection of 13 articles written by Cap Gemini Ernst & Young staff, senior industry executives, regulators and academics on an emerging theme – the adaptive enterprise – and other significant issues and trends in the oil & gas, utilities and chemicals sectors.

“The CBI journal establishes a baseline of industry-specific Adaptive Enterprise research and communicates the value of our solutions in today’s marketplace and how they position clients for success,” said Tim Crichfield, vice president and Americas leader for Energy, Utilities & Chemicals at Cap Gemini Ernst & Young. “Adapting and thriving in a volatile world is the name of the game in these industries, and thought leadership that addresses the future of deregulation, transformational outsourcing and price revenue optimization details the often-overlooked opportunities in doing business in today’s dynamic energy markets.”

Electronic copies are available for download through the US Web site by registering for a free Library Card at:

About Cap Gemini Ernst & Young

The Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Group is one of the largest management and IT consulting organizations in the world. The company offers management and IT consulting services, systems integration, and technology development, design and outsourcing capabilities on a global scale to help businesses continue to implement growth strategies and leverage technology in the new economy.

With more than 5,000 dedicated consultants engaged in Energy, Chemicals, Mining and Utilities projects across Europe, North America and Asia Pacific, the Group’s Global Sector Unit – Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Energy, Utilities & Chemicals – serves the business consulting and information technology needs of many of the world’s largest players in these industries. More information about individual service lines, offices and research is available at

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