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KPMG and SAP Deepen Collaboration with PartnerEdge Program Announcement

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Key Takeaways

⇨ KPMG announced it is joining SAP's PartnerEdge Program.

⇨ This program will allow SAP users to access an array of other tools and support that enables users to address specific business needs throughout their SAP ecosystem.

⇨ The partnership should allow users to accelerate business transformation, meet ESG goals, and leverage AI

Recently, KPMG in the U.S. announced it joined SAP’s PartnerEdge program. KPMG’s fleet of digital transformation solutions are pre-configured to SAP, helping organizations make their organizations ready for the future. Joining the PartnerEdge program will allow SAP users to access not just KPMG’s offerings, but an array of other tools and support that enables users to address specific business needs throughout their SAP ecosystem.

KPMG and SAP have a partnership that stretches back over 20 years, and KPMG has more than 6,000 consultants that specialize in SAP around the world. This deepened partnership aims to provide SAP users with the tools they need to modernize their organization to keep pace with a constantly-evolving digital landscape.

“Swift and efficient business-centric solutions are an imperative for dynamic, modern organizations intent on achieving growth and success. With our history as trusted advisors, we have a rich understanding of the strategic need for rapid and efficient change. By taking a multi-disciplinary, business-centered approach to SAP technology transformation, we can help enable businesses to meet the future with confidence,” said KPMG Vice Chair of Advisory Carl Carande in a press release.

Key Features

The partnership between SAP and KPMG will focus on three key aspects that are vital to SAP users:

Business Transformation – According to SAPinsider research, just 55% of SAP organizations have either moved or are in the process of moving to SAP S/4HANA. These organizations may lack the time, skills, or resources to make the move just yet.

ESG – KPMG’s sustainability tracking tools will help SAP users monitor their sustainability goals and progress, allowing them to deliver on their environmental, societal, and governance (ESG) commitments. Beyond tracking, the tools will also benefit data management, forecasting, and planning efforts throughout the organization. This helps business leaders make better, more responsible decisions that benefit their organization and communities.

Leveraging AI – These tools will help infuse AI capabilities into essential business processes like finance, supply chain, sales, IT, and more. KPMG has significant expertise with both the SAP landscape and AI capabilities, allowing their customers to achieve significant improvements in workflows and boost ROI.

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