KPMG, Microsoft join hands to boost digital transformation

KPMG and Microsoft India on Monday announced a strategic Internet of Things (IoT) Advisory partnership to accelerate the digital transformation of large and mid-market enterprises in the country.

The IoT Advisory will help enterprises deploy solutions that can drive Cloud-based automation, generate operational insights through IoT, provide better customer relationship management and analytics, improve organisational agility and increase workforce mobility.

"The IoT Advisory will help define IoT usage scenarios for customers and then implement them for desired business impact," said Peter Gartenberg, General Manager, Enterprise and Partner Group, Microsoft India, in a statement.

KPMG is successfully bringing together its business transformation expertise with Microsoft's Cloud technologies and business solutions globally to give companies the combined business and technological strengths they need to be successful.

"KPMG in India will also extend its services to the entire spectrum of Microsoft productivity tools, intelligent Cloud, blockchain technology and cyber security amongst others," added Rachna Nath, Partner and Head, Digital Consulting, KPMG in India.

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