We help businesses gain confidence about their IT investments by providing clarity and assurance on how to secure the value from their investments.
We help businesses gain confidence about their IT investments.
KPMG’s IT Advisory teams strive to deliver business benefits from a broad range of technologies, helping our clients develop high-performing IT functions and leverage investments in current systems to deliver significant business value. We help business leaders gain confidence about their IT investments by providing clarity and assurance on how to secure the value from their investments. We bring insights in how to develop an IT organisation that enhances the business' ability to manage regulatory change, pursue growth and reduce costs to outperform peers.
Our expertise stretches across the IT landscape to guide clients to the right solution – an ERP implementation, a business intelligence system or an emerging technology – that meets specific business objectives. We also support clients' IT strategy and provide sourcing advice, examining logistics and supply chain issues and determining cost savings. Our skills in IT strategy and systems implementation help clients execute their transformation strategies with the technology best suited to their business, data and information requirements.
We work with our clients to identify, prioritise, design, and better manage their technology investments. We help develop technology strategies, we provide advice on the design and implementation of contemporary technology operating models, and we advise organisations on how to extract optimum value from people, partners, and assets. In addition, we provide pre and post-deal technology advisory services.
An effective, well-managed IT system is one of the most valuable
business advantages an organization can secure. The right technology,
implemented properly, appropriately managed and monitored, can lead to
significant gains in growth and efficiency. It is essential to get sound
business advice to ensure technology risks are managed. IT is challenging to
get right and expensive to get wrong — not only in terms of dollars spent, but
also in lost efficiency and potential regulatory infringements