Harry Müller becomes part of the AXXCON partner team

Today Harry Müller joins AXXCON as a new partner. He strengthens the team with his expertise in the areas of digital business strategy and transformation. As a contact person and expert, he supports our customers in the context of digitization and the optimization of the IT. He has many years of experience in consulting within the manufacturing, retail and pharma sector.

Previously, Harry Müller had been working as Managing Director at Accenture and Director at Deloitte. Now he decided to move from the large consultancies to AXXCON. "AXXCON has set itself the ambitious target to grow faster than the consulting market. I am very excited about being part of this journey. This is a significant personal career opportunity for every single AXXCON employee. I am looking forward to this new challenge", he comments his step.

Furthermore, the familiar character and the strong involvement of team members in the implementation of the desired growth have strengthened his decision. "The real innovation is generated by the consulting teams, while it is the task of the partners to manage it and develop the company further. Without a committed and motivated team, such growth strategies are quite difficult to implement".

As a leading management consultancy for transformation, AXXCON wins a strong partner in Harry Müller. This brings us one step closer to our ambitious growth target. We are looking for employees who want to take responsibility from the very beginning and are willing to play an active role. Have a look at our career page to learn more about AXXCON as an employer.



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