Purpose-built “Powered” Supply Chains with KPMG

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  1. End-to-End Supply Chain

    Purpose-built “Powered” Supply Chains with KPMG

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    When embarking on supply chain transformation, organizations often look for results while minimizing risk, along with streamlined and compliant technology. From supply chain initiatives focused on customer experience metrics, responding to a supply continuity issue to product movements, organizations often need a guided process with supply chain assets and accelerators to jump start their supply…
  2. KPMG and Microsoft Partner to Enhance Professional Services with AI

    KPMG and Microsoft announced they are expanding their longstanding partnership with a multibillion-dollar commitment in Microsoft’s Cloud and AI offerings over the next five years. KPMG said the partnership will provide a growth opportunity of more than $12 billion. As one of the world’s largest professional services providers, KPMG’s plan to infuse AI into many…
  3. KPMG and SAP Deepen Collaboration with PartnerEdge Program Announcement

    SAP and KPMG have released a joint announcement stating that the global consulting firm is joining SAP’s exclusive PartnerEdge program. The partnership aims to “deliver business-led, industry-focused SAP solutions, leveraging cutting-edge cloud, data and artificial intelligence technologies to drive measurable value for our clients.” SAP and KPMG have worked together for over 20 years, providing…
  4. IBM and KPMG Alliance: Strengthening Business Transformations in the Energy and Utilities Sector

    Two of the largest organizations in the SAP ecosystem, IBM and KPMG recently unveiled a new and deeper alliance aimed to help energy and utility companies maximize the value of their SAP systems. Between IBM’s decades of solutions experience and the technical knowledge that KPMG has in business transformation, companies can expect significant value from…
  5. How to Manage a Remote Consulting Relationship

    ManagementAs the economy continues to weaken, many companies are searching for ways to cut costs without shedding business-critical functions. One way to accomplish this is to use remote consultants, who typically require little or no travel cost and offer more granular billing policies than on-site consultants. While remote consulting arrangements can reduce costs, they also…...…
  6. SAP S/4HANA Migration Project Hits Some Bumps

    Migrations to SAP S/4HANA are challenging and difficult when the overall organization must adjust to new technologies, new architectures, constant training, and more. For a corporation to transition to a new and better way of doing business with innovative and flexible tools not only requires investments, but the right personnel, not only capable of performing…
  7. Q&A: The Fundamentals of ERP Success

    ManagementAlbert H. Segars is the faculty director of the Center for Sustainable Enterprise, an RBC Bank Distinguished Professor, and the Chair of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For the past six years, he’s studied dozens of ERP implementations as an academic and consultant…....…
  8. SAP S/4HANA and Data Analytics: Evolution or Revolution?

    SAP S/4HANA has created a stir in the data analytics space, representing a significant shift in SAP’s business suite platform and offering noteworthy advancements in real-time analytics capabilities. As with any new technology, customers have questions about how an SAP S/4HANA implementation will affect them. This article explores three common questions that data analytics professionals…
  9. Harnessing the Power of Process Mining with the KPMG Intelligent Analytics Platform

    The KPMG intelligent analytics platform harnesses the power of business process mining and advanced analytics to analyze and map system transaction flows. Enabling organizations to identify and prevent risks before they occur and detect whether transactions are passing through intended controls, highlighting how to resolve issues in real time.
  10. Acquired a New Business?

    Mergers and acquisitions are on the rise, and with them comes the pressing need to integrate IT applications and platforms between two previously separate organizations. This integration can be quite difficult, especially when the acquired company comes with its own set of SAP and non-SAP systems. Yet if you can get all systems working efficiently…