PwC adds Orgvue platform to workforce transformation offerings

13 May 2024 2 min. read

PwC’s human capital consulting business has agreed a partnership with Orgvue, a platform that helps enterprise organisations optimize their workforce strategies.

UK-headquartered Orgvue is a company that provides data-driven insights within the domain of organisational design and workforce planning. The company’s SaaS platform helps enterprises with planning, organising and grouping their people, empowering faster workforce decisions in a constantly changing world.

As part of the collaboration, PwC’s management consultants will integrate the tool into its workforce transformation offerings for clients across the region.

PwC adds Orgvue platform to workforce transformation offerings

“Amid a fast-paced business environment and changing expectations, workforce planning can be the difference between sustained growth and stagnation,” said Eyhab Abdeen, Partner at PwC and Workforce Transformation Leader.

“A workforce is a company’s most valuable asset – one that must be valued and effectively utilised. By harnessing the power of digitalisation, this approach can be further improved to better allocate resources and budgets, while accurately predicting future needs,” he continued.

Rob Amor, Senior Vice President for Global Channels at Orgvue, added: “This strategic collaboration marks an important step in workforce transformation consulting, supporting people and businesses to achieve effective organisational design and workforce planning through a data driven approach.”

“Orgvue provides tools to streamline PwC’s service delivery, resulting in quicker turnaround times and improved project efficiency. Together, we look forward to guiding organisations through their workforce transformation journey, enabling them to focus on sustainable growth and competitive edge.”

The alliance comes against the backdrop of a rapidly changing workforce environment for companies, globally as well as in the Middle East. Recent PwC research for instance highlighted trends such as re-skilling and upskilling, downsizing in areas with high automation, increasing the participation rate of women in the workforce, and more.