Epsilon has employees and an established network of independent partners and specialists. We believe in lifelong learning and see great synergy between older and younger employees working together. We use the skills of our various networks to secure the skills transfer between different generations. Today we have 6 950 employees - primarily engineers, systems analysts and graduate engineers. In our network there are 17 850 independent partners and specialists, experienced seniors and younger talents.
Epsilon's vision is to be tomorrow's consultant. We drive development forward and are one of the largest consulting firms investing in research and development in Sweden. For us it is important to constantly take on challenges and develop new ideas. The future requires solutions that combine technology, finance and the environment.
For the fifth consecutive year, Epsilon has ranked among Sweden's top employers in Universum's career barometer. It is based on interviews with about 15,000 professional academics.
Epsilon is a down to earth business. That’s why our new employees quickly take root and bloom – both younger and more experienced talent. By avoiding territory mindedness and working for each other, we greate the soil for growth.
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The consultant role offers great scope for the joy of discovery. New challenges every day. Customers with high expectations. It's important that you think on your feet and not become routine. With us you work at the cutting edge of technology. It can mean designing a new sports car, constructing new machines for ships or developing three-dimensional visualization of the way children with disabilities walk. In short, you have the opportunity to work with everything from steel and mines, lasers and robotics to advanced information technology.
As an Epsilon employee you can always get help with a solution. By ensuring that all consultants have access to a common database for competence profiles, you can find colleagues who have the right expertise required. Structure and order are what sets Epsilon apart.