Sysdoc listed in the Financial Times UK's Leading Management Consultancies 2021

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It was a superb February surprise to find out that we had been mentioned not just once, but twice, in the Financial Times UK Leading Management Consultancies 2021. 


These awards by the Financial Times celebrates the organisations most highly respected by their industry peers and clients. At Sysdoc we have an undeniable commitment to our clients and it is a testament to the outstanding work our consultants are doing to be recognised in this way. 

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‘The fourth annual FT rating of the UK’s leading management consultants is based on recommendations by their clients and peers. Compiled with Statista, the data company, it assesses consultants’ work in 29 categories. The results are based on two Statista surveys — one giving feedback from clients and the other of consultants evaluating their peers. Consultancies are awarded gold, silver and bronze ratings according to how often they are recommended and listed in alphabetical order within those bands. A total of 213 consultancies are listed this year.’ Click here to view the full report.

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