PracticeConsultingKPMG acquires Hyperion consultancy Analitica

KPMG acquires Hyperion consultancy Analitica

Hyperion implementation specialist Analitica snapped up by KPMG

KPMG
has acquired business intelligence consultancy
Analitica
for an undisclosed fee.

The consultancy will be absorbed within the firm’s performance and technology
advisory division, and boosts its efforts to grow in the Hyperion Planning
implementation market.

“Business intelligence is an important element within P&T’s expanding
range of advisory services as we help our clients in the public and private
sector to run their organisations more effectively in these challenging times,”
said Scott Parker, head of UK performance and technology at KPMG.

“We’re focused on significant growth for KPMG P&T having expanded to more
than 1,000 people in the last five years,” he added.

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