Intelligence.
Beautifully engineered.

We use data, analytics and design to help our clients be the best they can be.

We unlock elite performance together

QuantumBlack is an advanced analytics firm operating at the intersection of strategy, technology and design to improve performance outcomes for organisations.

In 2015 we became part of McKinsey & Company. Together we combine our advanced analytics, design and engineering expertise with McKinsey’s industry knowledge and organisational change management experience.

QuantumBlack was born and proven in Formula 1 – where teams live and breathe data. Today, we are still fascinated by how a marginal gain can have a significant impact on the performance of any organization.

Our method

We established QuantumBlack to reimagine how organisations can continuously improve and outperform rivals.

To do this we follow a structured method enhanced by capability building of both people and technology.

Our process deploys cutting-edge techniques and offers a scalable approach that targets multi-year transformations.

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    Clarity of Purpose

    Every engagement is focused on determining what will have the biggest impact on an organisation.

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    Insights to Capability

    We uncover robust new insights and then help our clients build capabilities to achieve continuous improvements.

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    Human + Machine

    What we can measure and analyse, we can understand and change. We strive for clear analysis and insights from our cutting-edge technology.

Employing the best people is a key ingredient

From building cities to saving lives, our people help answer some of the world’s most worthwhile challenges.

Our interdisciplinary team consists of strategists, data scientists, engineers, and designers. We seek out curious minds both in our people and our clients. We value attention to detail. We accept ambiguity. And we care deeply about outcomes.

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