Royce Bell steers Accenture's massive commitment to information management.

As CEO of Accenture's Information Management Services, Royce Bell is the public face of an aggressive, $100 million practice aimed at managing and leveraging both structured data and unstructured content for clients. Launched in July 2005, with an initial commitment of 5,000 consultants, the reorganized information management arm already marshals closer to 10 percent of Accenture's 120,000 global specialists covering dozens of information services. Backed by estimates of nine percent annual growth and a $27 billion market in 2007, Accenture's foray into information management has been embraced by partners that are among the largest hardware and software vendors in the industry. Recently, DM Review Editorial Director Jim Ericson sat down with Royce Bell to sort out the dimensions of the new information boom.

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