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KPMG Named a Leader Among Workday Implementation Providers by Independent Research Firm

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KPMG International (KPMG) announced today that it was named a Leader in The Forrester New Wave™: Workday Implementation Partners, Q3 2019.


KPMG, one of three Leaders, “…excels at business transformation — with depth in both finance and HR,” according to the Forrester report authors. The report also noted, KPMG professionals put their Powered Enterprise approach front and center to significantly reduce the time and risk of a Workday rollout while maximizing results.”


“In the current market environment, agility isn’t just a differentiator, it’s a business necessity,” said David Zinn, KPMG principal in the US firm and global Workday Alliance leader. “As a Workday provider, KPMG member firms are able to address client needs across technology, organization and business processes enabling finance, HR, and supply chain teams to transform more seamlessly and at modern business speed.”


The Forrester New Wave™ report looked at 10 distinct metrics including business results, finance transformation services, road map (incorporating innovation and emerging technology), and market approach rating each Differentiated, On Par, and Needs Improvement. KPMG member firms scored Differentiated in business results, finance transformation, road map, and market approach. The report also noted, “KPMG is results oriented and outcome focused. References noted that it’s focused on landing projects to help clients with business transformation, not to gather fees.”


Jens Rassloff, Global head of Alliances, KPMG International, said “When we combine Workday technology with the industry acumen of KPMG professionals and our Powered Enterprise framework, member firms are able to offer a differentiated solution to clients. We are delighted that this Forrester report recognizes our global alliance with Workday, and KPMG as a leader in this area.”


Read the report: The Forrester New Wave™: Workday Implementation Partners, Q3 2019

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