BearingPoint names Claudio Brusatori new leader of Italian practice

25 October 2022 2 min. read
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Management and technology consultancy BearingPoint has appointed a new leader of its Italian team: Claudio Brusatori.

One of Europe’s largest home-grown consultancies has stipulated a growth track for its Italian practice. Across its footprint in 20+ European countries, the firm has over 4,500 consultants and staff, but with an 80-strong team in the European Union’s 3rd-largest economy (and 8th-largest globally), the potential for growth is apparent.

Newly installed leader Brusatori has been tasked with growing the firm’s position in the Italian market, bringing over two decades of experience in consulting and industry to the remit.

Claudio Brusatori, Country Leader Italy, BearingPoint

“Claudio is a great addition to BearingPoint. He will help grow our team in Italy and expand our global reach,” said Eric Conway, BearingPoint’s Regional Leader for the GROW region (comprising Finland, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom).

Brusatori joins BearingPoint from Porsche Consulting, where he spent thirteen years. Serving as a partner since 2018, Brusatori latterly led business development for large accounts in the industrial manufacturing sector. His expertise is in industrial manufacturing, from automotive and industrial equipment to aerospace and operational excellence.

Prior to his time in consulting, Brusatori spent the first half of his career in the industrial world serving Bosch, Schaeffler Group, and Pentair.

“Claudio adds a lot of expertise to our team from his long experience working with champions in the industrial sector, and we’re excited having him as part of our family,” said Conway.

Commenting on his new role, Brusatori said: “I’m very excited to be with a firm that values people, entrepreneurship and independent thinking. Companies can leverage our unique expertise in digital transformation toward Industry 5.0 goals and strategies that are designed to bringing immediate tangible value ready to be scaled.”

In other recent developments in Italy’s management consulting scene, earlier this month Capgemini Invent entered the market with new offices in Rome and Milan, while Boston Consulting Group brought its procurement and supply chain consulting subsidiary Inverto into the country.