During the 90s the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and some investment communities began to raise concerns about potential conflicts of interest between the consulting and auditing practices amongst the Big Five. In May 2000, Ernst & Young was the first firm that formally separated its consulting practice via a sale to CapGemini, refocusing attention on its business in Europe and the United States.
In South America, E&Y LLP transferred the property of its Consulting practices to its local partners; thereby the creation of NetPartners as a "spin-off" of E&Y Andean Region. Today NetPartners continues this legacy of commitment, innovation and quality that has been developed over the last eleven years.
As a result NetPartners brings accumulated experience, proven methodologies in various industries, and seasoned professionals to assist our clients and provide consistent excellence.
NetPartners has continually grown by providing high-quality deliverables and reliable services. Our clients find in us a trustful partner and we are proud to say that each and every one of them are satisfied clients.