“Continuous innovation is imperative to driving Canadian growth and competitiveness, and we will be working closely with our Canadian clients at the Liquid Studio to use new technologies and ways of working to solve their most significant business challenges,” said Steve Convey, managing director, Accenture Technology Canada.
“Through immersive workshops, organizations will receive tangible, hands-on experience of how their business can benefit from the most disruptive technologies, such as artificial intelligence and augmented reality,” Convey said. “By leveraging agile teams, a start-up culture and multi-speed, microservice and cloud-based architectures, organization will see more value quickly and easily.”
The Liquid Studio in Toronto is one of several new Accenture initiatives in Canada, which include expanded investments in training and hiring, aimed at driving innovation locally.
The Liquid Studio in Toronto will collaborate with Accenture Liquid Studios in Silicon Valley, Houston, Paris, Milan, London, Kronberg, Singapore, Sydney and other locations, and with the Accenture Labs, where Accenture incubates and prototypes new concepts through applied R&D projects. Liquid Studios are an integral part of the Accenture Innovation Architecture, which brings together capabilities — from research, ventures and labs to studios, innovation centers and delivery centers —to develop and deliver disruptive innovations for clients, and to scale them faster.