The global professional service provider KPMG announced its collaboration with digital technology leader Microsoft, as part of a flexible enterprise-wide program. The technology platform will help to assess an individual’s risk estimate as they begin to re-enter the workplace.
- The collaboration prepare organizations for carefully phasing employees back into the workplace and advancing operations with decision support, integrated technology and risk frameworks for the new reality.
- Using Microsoft Power Platform tools such as Power Apps, Teams and Azure, KPMG will support CEOs, HR, IT professionals, and employees with services and data models, analytics, and access to cloud technology products that can provide quick analysis in a volatile environment.
In February 2020, KPMG International announced the release of a new security offering with Microsoft Azure Sentinel to improve cyber defense capabilities for organizations. The solution had been designed to help businesses improve their security monitoring and incident response capabilities by combining KPMG’s cyber security, incident response and industry experience with Microsoft’s advanced cyber security technologies.
In December 2019, KPMG announced investments in technology, people and innovation, and expects to spend US$5 billion over the next five years to enhance its leadership position in the digital transformation of professional services.
The KPMG, headquartered in Amstelveen, Netherlands, is a global network of professional services firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. The company operates in about 147 countries and territories and have approximately 219,000 people working in member firms across the globe.