Rohleder moves up at Accenture

Stephen Rohleder, head of Accenture Ltd.'s government business, will become the chief operating officer of the Hamilton, Bermuda, company Sept. 1.

He replaces Stephan James, who will retire Aug. 31 after 36 years with the company. After his retirement, James will continue in an advisory capacity to Accenture as international chairman.

Succeeding Rohleder at the government unit will be Martin Cole, 48, who is Accenture's managing partner of outsourcing and infrastructure delivery.

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