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London, February 18, 2021 – Digital Workplace Group (DWG) has been recognized as a leader in digital transformation by the Financial Times for the second year in a row.

The Financial Times has compiled its fourth annual list of the UK’s Leading Management Consultants, which highlights the consultancies most recommended by their peers and clients, rated by sector and specialism. DWG was one of 40 newcomers in 2020, and this year is awarded Bronze in the Digital Transformation category, ranking alongside the ‘Big Four’ consulting firms Deloitte, EY, KPMG and PwC Consulting, as well as Accenture and McKinsey & Company.

“To retain this prestigious recognition for a second year and during the pandemic, when our services to major companies have been in such high demand, is really gratifying for us,” says Paul Miller, CEO, Digital Workplace Group. “Being a company of under 100 employees this award does speak volumes about the quality of our team, our work and the relationships we build with our members and clients.”

About Digital Workplace Group

Digital Workplace Group (DWG) is a strategic partner, covering all aspects of the evolving digital workplace industry through membership, benchmarking and boutique consultancy services. We provide independent guidance to more than 100 leading corporates and public institutions to advance their intranets and broader digital workplaces through peer learning, impartial evaluations, research and practitioner expertise.

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