Alteryx and KPMG LLP Announce Strategic Alliance to Accelerate Data-Driven Business Transformations
Alteryx, Inc., the Analytics Automation company, and KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax and advisory firm, announced a strategic alliance to help organizations accelerate data-driven business transformations. As part of the alliance, KPMG has also been named an Alteryx Principal Alliance Partner.
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The alliance is led by KPMG Ignition Tax – the firm’s core for data-driven, tax transformation in hybrid cloud environments launched to help organizations unlock value and prepare for the future through intelligence capabilities. Together, KPMG and Alteryx will leverage their knowledge and experience in shaping data strategies and delivering broad digital transformation initiatives to speed automation outcomes, modernize tax functions and establish governance and security.
“KPMG is committed to investing in and developing state-of-the-art tax technology that can help our clients reimagine their tax operations by delivering greater efficiencies and cost and risk management strategies,” said Brad Brown, global head of Innovation and Technology – Tax, KPMG. “This strategic alliance will benefit our clients by equipping them with repeatable technology solutions that can be harnessed to address their most pressing data and analytics challenges.”
The alliance will provide a seamless experience for the companies’ joint clients with access to products and services that will drive business outcomes across supply chain, retail, healthcare and life sciences, insurance and more.
“The need for automation has never been more acute for organizations struggling to turn data into meaningful decisions,” said Mark Anderson, chief executive officer of Alteryx. “We’re excited that this alliance with KPMG will combine their deep industry expertise with the power of our trusted analytics capabilities to help customers accelerate analytics and data science automation at scale and succeed in their digital transformation initiatives.”