Esker and KPMG Netherlands Strengthen Reseller Partnership
Esker, a worldwide leader in AI-driven process automation solutions and pioneer in cloud computing, along with KPMG Netherlands, part of the global network of professional services firms offering leading audit, tax and advisory services, announced the extension of their reseller partnership. As part of the agreement, KPMG Netherlands will provide consultation, implementation, and support for Esker’s Procure-to-Pay and Order-to-Cash solutions.
Building on the collaboration announced last year, KPMG Netherlands has successfully marketed Esker’s cloud-based Account Payable solution and will now manage first-line maintenance and support, as well as future joint marketing events. This partnership has enabled Esker to further develop its presence in the Netherlands and internationally, and allowed KPMG Netherlands to deliver value-added services to businesses on their digital transformation journey. The successful alliance has resulted in more knowledgeable teams equipped with expert information and skills for customers.
Built with industry-leading AI and RPA technology, Esker’s intuitive, cloud-based platform allows businesses to power their digital transformation across the cash conversion cycle. KPMG Netherlands’ customers will benefit from greater efficiency, accuracy, visibility and cost savings.
“Esker’s intelligent automation software, combined with KPMG’s process excellence expertise, help our mutual customers transform their finance organization into a future-proof profit center,” said Joris Juttmann, Partner Digital Process Excellence at KPMG Netherlands.
“We are extremely pleased with the initial results of our collaboration with KPMG Netherlands, which has generated signed contracts for our Accounts Payable solution across all ERP systems, including SAP S/4HANA Cloud,” said Jean-Michel Bérard, CEO at Esker. “We will continue to grow our partnership and together, help companies accelerate the cash conversion cycle and transform the way customers and suppliers interact.”