Multinational consulting company Accenture has chosen a new CEO, according to The Wall Street Journal. 51-year-old Julie Sweet, who has worked on the company’s global management committee for almost ten years, will move into the position.

Sweet said she would like to maintain Accenture’s M&A strategy, which includes “scaling in the hot areas of the market, new capabilities” and “accessing deep industry and functional expertise.”

Sweet says that Accenture will continue to change and improve its services. “Our focus will remain on being the transformation partner” of companies. The company will also prioritize looking for diversified revenue growth.

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