BearingPoint Reference ChecksBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-07-11 Email Print
Once known as KPMG Consulting, BearingPoint has really made its mark in recent years serving state and federal customers.
Project:In 2000, KPMG Consulting beat out nearly a dozen others to develop the e-government portal—laying out all the costs itself—and continues to operate and maintain the site, recouping its costs through transaction fees.
Project:KPMG Consulting first came on to handle an Oracle implementation in 2000, and was used extensively by the digital-microwave company until last year.
Sr. Director, File & Serve
Project:Involved in electronic-document filing since 1991, the information aggregator acquired CourtLink in 2001, helping attorneys feed into BearingPoint's eFiling for Courts system nationwide.
University of Missouri
Eileen D. Heveron
Executive Director, Administrative Systems Project
Project:In 1998, KPMG Consulting landed the five-year, $45 million project replacing decades-old technology systems with a PeopleSoft platform.
President & COO
Project:The Small Value Payments Company, owned by 22 banks, is working with BearingPoint to develop the image-transfer technology that will allow paperless check-processing.
Union Bank of California
Jo Ellen Hart
VP, Managed Relationship Services
Project: The state's second-largest bank first hired KPMG Consulting back in 1997 to develop commercial and affluent-market banking systems, and has engaged the firm several times since.
QUESTION: For year three of Sarbanes-Oxley, do you expect to spend more or less time on documenting your internal controls? Tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Story Guide:
Compliance: How BearingPoint Lost Its Way
- What Went Wrong?
- Born Using Someone Else's Infrastructure.
- I.T. Designed for Growth
- Danger: Old Boys and SOX
- Recovering From a Hasty I.T. Rollout.
- Ironically, Accounting Was a Big Problem.
- BearingPoint's End Game.
Player Roster: BearingPoint
BearingPoint's PeopleSoft Roadblock: Training-Resistant Consultants
Timeline: KPMG's Long Evolution into BearingPoint
Base Technologies: BearingPoint
Sage Software: A Friendlier Face Balancing the Books
Planner: Calculating Costs of Sarbanes-Oxley, v. 2.0