Deloitte: Ergo adapts to survive

A business model predicated on survival through change has been crucial to IT services organisation Ergo, according to its chief executive John Purdy.

9th March, 2014
John Purdy, chief executive, Ergo: To survive in this sector, you have to be a little bit paranoid about the need to stay relevant' Picture: Maura Hickey

A business model predicated on survival through change has been crucial to IT services organisation Ergo, according to its chief executive John Purdy.

''To survive in this sector, you have to be a little bit paranoid about the need to stay relevant, said Purdy.

''We feel as a business that if we are doing things the same way as we were doing them two years ago, we are no longer relevant or adding value. We...

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