Latest KPMG Spectrum Intelligence Engine Optimizes The Value Of Third-Party Contracts

KPMG Spectrum is introducing a market-leading product called Contract Performance Manager.

As business reliance on third parties continues to increase, KPMG Spectrum (KPMG is No. 16 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) is introducing a market-leading product called Contract Performance Manager that enables clients to realize the full value of their third-party contracts, whether suppliers, outsourcers, or service providers. It gives clients the power to take action, addressing deficiencies and value leakage before they affect their performance and bottom line.

Contract Performance Manager is designed to address the significant challenge many businesses face as a result of limited ongoing visibility and governance of their third-party contractual relationships. It is the latest intelligence engine launched by KPMG Spectrum which delivers the firm's experience and expertise through the use of advanced technologies in nimble, new, and unique offerings.

Contract Performance Manager's robust technology offers scalability and a high level of service. The solution is built on the ServiceNow Platform, which is designed to automate workflow and orchestrate processes, both inside and outside the enterprise.

"Business leaders can no longer afford to be in the dark about the performance and value of their third-party contracts," said Larry Raff, Head of KPMG Spectrum. "Contract Performance Manager addresses the often overlooked health of an organization's third-party contracts, a core contributor to the organization's success. This product, combined with KPMG's renowned professional service expertise, empowers clients to take action on contractual value gaps."

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