KPMG opens India technology centre in Bangalore
The centre has been created for the benefit of local and international clients who can experience capabilities in delivering advanced technology solutions, the company says.
KPMG India launched its technology centre in Bangalore that will have advanced teams specializing in enterprise applications, business intelligence and analytics, as well as network design, architecture, data management, and application development.
“Our decision to locate the centre in Bangalore is complimented by the wealth of relevant talent and strong educational facilities which will be the key in growing this centre,” said Michael J Andrew, Global Chairman, KPMG.
The centre has solutions for various enterprise applications such as Oracle, SAP, Siebel, Hyperion, Business Objects, PeopleSoft, Primavera, and Business Intelligence amongst others. It is equipped with an enterprise class data centre comprising high computing capacity to cater to the wide range of technology solution offerings across key sectors.
The centre will be able demonstrate complex customized solutions in areas of Technology Transformation, Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), Business Intelligence, Data Analytics and many others created by KPMG team for the benefit of its clients.
“We have created the centre for the benefit of our local and international clients who can experience our capabilities in delivering advanced technology solutions,” said Russell Parera, CEO, KPMG in India. He added, “The information technologists working at this centre will help to converge our wide array of advisory services ranging from performance and reporting to accounting, tax, compliance and regulatory.”
Professionals working at the facility will focus on innovation and strategies to help clients achieve their business objectives, address their pain points with the help of suitable enterprise class applications from within a wide array of choices across the product spectrum.
“The centre will become an important hub for our innovation in information technology solutions, critical to solve complex business issues of our clients. They will be able to experience these solutions and better understand their benefits prior to making significant investments” said Kumar Parakala, Partner and Head of IT Advisory for EMA.
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