Hi, I'm working as a software QA since 3 years and am currently preparing applications for MBA programs. I've been advised to narrow down my post MBA goal from strategy consulting to tech consulting (since a. strategy consulting is not specific enough and b. tech consulting ties to my tech background).
I'm trying to gain more clarity on what tech consulting specifically is. Does it fall more into the bucket of consulting (high level strategy, analysis, MECE problem solving) or more into the bucket of IT (tech implementation, just at a senior level of what i currently do)? Is it more like what tier 1 consulting firms do (and focused on tech cases), or more like what IT services firms do?
Any reading references would greatly help too. Thanks!