KPMG HAS STRUCK a three-year deal with technology company KeyedIn Solutions, seeing the Big Four firm use its online portfolio management software in business transformation projects.
The deal will see KPMG use KeyedIn Projects, a suite of business applications designed to facilitate the management of large-scale change programmes in businesses.
Under the arrangement KPMG will incorporate the software into its systems, with the deal running until 2016.
KPMG director Tom Brady said: “We believe that combining the KeyedIn software platform with our people, knowledge and expertise creates a compelling proposition for how to deliver complex change.”
“Our programme onshore/offshore deployment model provides the ability to provide a high quality but scalable service to our clients.”
Director of strategic alliances for KeyedIn Solutions Jamie Taylor said: “This agreement will allow KeyedIn Solutions and KPMG to work together to jointly solve client issues related to the management and delivery of complex change. KeyedIn Projects software will aim to benefit clients greatly by delivering control and visibility over resources, help streamline workflow processes, increase operational efficiency and achieve cost savings that lead to a significant improvement in the bottom line.”
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