Women account for more than 28 percent of the new managing directors and senior managing directors against 21 percent in 2014.
Accenture hired more than 100,000 people in fiscal 2015, ending the year with a headcount of over 358,000 people. Accenture has approximately 257,000 people in its Global Delivery Network. Its utilization was 90 percent in Q4. Attrition, which excludes involuntary terminations, was 14 percent, compared to 15 percent in Q3.
“Each of these individuals brings the talent, leadership and experience that we need to serve our clients, develop our more than 358,000 people and run Accenture as a world-class business,” said Pierre Nanterme, chairman and CEO of Accenture.
The company has five businesses: Accenture Strategy, Accenture Consulting, Accenture Digital, Accenture Technology, and Accenture Operations.
The strategy to promote several senior resources will support Accenture to manage its new bookings worth $34.4 billion. Accenture revenues rose 11 percent to $31 billion in fiscal 2015.
Revenue from Communications, Media & Technology business rose 16 percent, Financial Services grew 14 percent, Health and Public Service increased 13 percent in the fourth quarter, said Accenture.