MCA Membership Awarded to Visa Consulting and Analytics

Steven Bobson, Europe & Americas Editor
September 23, 2010 /

Visa Consulting and Analytics has been awarded The Management Consultancies Association (MCA) membership and it has now joined a prestigious group of 55 premium consulting firms which includes the Big 4: Accenture, Deloitte, PWC and KPMG. Visa Consulting and Analytics is Visa Europe’s advisory practice. It has been awarded membership of the MCA, which is the representative body for management consultancy firms in the UK.

Visa Consulting and Analytics was founded in 2006 and had quickly established itself as a premium payments consulting business. It has clients across Europe and it helps them get the most out of their payments systems and cards.

MCA in a statement said that VC&A consultants draw from their pan global and European experience to deliver “strategic planning, capability and hands-on implementation of innovative and value creating payment solutions”.

Clients who have used the services of VC&A have consistently given approval ratings of above 85% to the consulting firm. 100% of clients who have used VCC&A have said they would work with it again.

After VC&A won the membership, Peter Ayliffe, President of Visa Europe, said in a statement that they were proud that the firm had surpassed MCA’s stringent entry criteria and become a member. He also said that the firm had, in less than 5 years established itself as a consultancy service to reckon with. He also said that getting membership of MCA was clear proof that VC&A has gained “a clear recognition of the quality and value”.

Alan Leaman, CEO of the MCA said in a statement after the announcement that MCA members gain a badge of quality and the rigorous Code of Practice they follow guarantees clients to believe that they are getting the best of consultancy services on offer.

 

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