Dr. Marc Roman Franke is a core member of The Boston Consulting Group’s Technology Advantage Practice and leads the BCG Digital Acceleration Index product. Marc is a topic expert in digital transformation with experience working with clients across industries including public services, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, industrial goods, utilities, and insurance.
He has worked with many BCG clients from these industries and from across the globe on their digital assessment and digitization program portfolio reviews; IT cost, root cause, and complexity analyses; digital and IT architecture assessments; governance models; and workforce planning—among other topics.
Marc joined the firm in 2014 after having worked for Accenture and BearingPoint.
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