NEC member PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) recently launched a new ‘digital boot camp’ program to educate hundreds of its employees about such topics as artificial intelligence, data analytics, and other tech-related subjects with the intent of equipping its workforce with new skills that will prepare them for success in the 21st century innovation economy.
The program is designed for employees of all levels of experience, from associates to partners, and includes employees from each of PwC’s three major business lines: tax, assurance, and consulting. Participants in the program will participate in courses on topics such as automation, machine learning, design, and digital storytelling. The program will be offered to employees throughout the company, including those based in Boston, which is one of the firm’s biggest markets.
Scott Evoy, a Boston-based banking and digital partner at PwC said, “It’s a commitment by the firm in the future of our people who have already been here.” He added, “We’re committed to moving people into careers that ultimately are going to be the most rewarding and fulfilling for them.”
The New England Council commends PricewaterhouseCoopers for its longtime commitment to the professional development of its employees. Read more in the Boston Business Journal.
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