Serco Consulting

We plan and deliver real, measurable benefits for our clients and we link our success to theirs.

Our clients tell us that it is our ability to make change happen that sets us apart.

That’s because as the independent consulting arm of Serco, the FTSE 250 international services company, our heritage is built on knowing how to get things done, no matter how exacting the challenge.

Whether it is the London Cycle Hire Scheme, Dubai Metro, Police Forces, Local Authorities and Health Trusts, AEGON, Shop Direct Group or the BBC, our focus never wavers from what matters – tangible results.

With offices in the UK, Middle East and India, we have a global reach and international expertise to draw on and time and again, we’ve helped clients transform how they perform - whether people, operations, infrastructure or technology.

We take a personal interest in every assignment – from first conversation to final sign off, as we only succeed if you do.

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Sep 2014

Serco donates clothing to homeless charity

Serco employees have made sure old uniforms will be put to good use by donating them to a homeless charity.[read more]

Sep 2014

Team Serco Consulting complete London to Brighton charity bike-ride

A team of ten from Serco Consulting completed a gruelling 73miles off-road bike-ride from London to Brighton to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.[read more]

Sep 2014

Building Lean capability in the Middle East

Serco Consulting has been awarded a Lean capability build and training contract with a large Riyadh-based services company.[read more]

Sep 2014

Why you should plan right to left

Matthew Hooper explains the benefits of planning a project or programme from right to left [read more]

July 2014

Is your business prepared for a natural or technological disaster?

Steve Norris explains the importance of revising your Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity plans in the current climate [read more]

June 2014

Does Human Resources hold the key to workplace innovation?

Victoria Rosolia explores the role of HR in helping organisations to become more innovative [read more]

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