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We are very excited to reveal that Accenture, the global management consulting and professional services firm, has installed permanent Igloo systems in two of its newest Innovation Hubs.

Back in December 2018, the new Atlanta Innovation Hub was opened in Technology Square. Then, just last month, journalists and influencers were given a tour of the flagship San Francisco Innovation Hub in Salesforce Tower.

As Accenture explains in its press release, these facilities provide “a state-of-the-art destination where clients work side-by-side with Accenture teams to rapidly ideate, prototype and scale innovative products and services for the digital economy”. As you can see from the media coverage and the Accenture video, the hubs are bristling with the latest and greatest technology. And, clearly, Team Igloo is honoured to be part of the proposition.

The Igloos provide an immersive presentation environment (at the San Francisco press launch, for example, the Igloo was used to articulate the power of quantum computing). We've got a dedicated account team to give advice and guidance on Igloo’s wider enterprise applications. And we're doing all we can to convince Accenture to roll-out Igloos across more of its global network of Innovation Hubs.



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