KPMG Releases Powerful Services for Oracle Cloud Applications
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Today to keep pace with the market, enterprises need to go through business transformation from time to time, KPMG, the U.S. audit, tax and advisory firm, has introduced two services for Oracle Cloud Applications at Oracle OpenWorld 2015.
The newly-launched services, “KPMG Powered HR” and “KPMG Powered Finance”, are built-in into KPMG Powered Enterprise, which provide pre-defined operating models and optimized process flows for HR, Finance and Sales functions. Both the services are developed to help organizations speed up implementations and ease the costs and risks linked with business transformation.
Also, KPMG Powered Enterprise simplifies the adoption of Oracle Cloud Applications toolset and reduces the time and expense of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-oriented integration and data conversion.
Commenting on the launch of “KPMG Powered HR” and “KPMG Powered Finance”, Chris Leone, Senior VP of Oracle Applications Development, says, “Today’s HR and finance leaders are transforming their business functions to be more flexible, agile and responsive. KPMG Powered Enterprise with Oracle Cloud Applications can offer pre-built operating models, optimized process and the latest security and performance technologies to help drive innovation, increase agility, lower costs and reduce IT complexity.”
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