Accenture is a public consulting company, founded in 1989. However, the company’s history began much earlier, since it was part of the audit firm Arthur Andersen (founded in 1953), a unit for financial and technical consulting. Then the company separated and became an independent structure. Today it is located in Dublin (Ireland), and its network covers about 120 countries of the world.
Meaning and History
For almost three months, the administration pondered the name for the company until a business consultant, Kim Petersen, proposed the Accenture option. As conceived by management, he conveys a determination to abandon stereotypes and a desire for new horizons guaranteed by the consulting service. The name of the group was officially approved in 2001, after which it immediately became an emblem. It symbolizes the intention to help customers change their futures for the better.
2001 – 2017
The brand name contains only the text part consisting of the name of the company. All letters are lowercase, long, sans-serif, with minimal intersymbol spacing. The lowercase “c” and “e” have the original design: they have extended the bottom element, so they look open. Above “t” is the mathematical symbol”>,” meaning “more.”
2017 – present
In 2017, the management decided to change the structure of the logo, making minor changes. As a result, the symbols have become wider and more classical, and the accent mark is more expressive. The letters “c” and “e” got the traditional spelling.
Simple design accurately conveys the direction of the company and the style of its work. For example, a lowercase “a” emphasizes service availability. The “more” sign indicates the forward movement vector. Strict letters indicate a commitment to excellence.
Font and color
The logo uses a standard font from the Sans Sefir group. The color scheme is monochrome and consists of a combination of black (text) and red (accent mathematical symbol).