KPMG India today commisioned its technology centre in Bangalore at the World Trade Center (WTC).
The centre houses "technologically advanced teams specialising in enterprise applications, business intelligence and analytics, as well as network design, architecture, data management, and application development, KPMG said in a statement.
Professionals working at the facility will focus on innovation and strategies to help clients achieve their business objectives, address their pain points with the help of suitable enterprise class applications from within a wide array of choices across the product spectrum.
Michael J Andrew, global chairman, KPMG, who was in India on a business visit said, This centre is complimented by the wealth of relevant talent and strong educational facilities which will be the key in growing this center.''
One of the key highlights at this facility is hi-tech experiential environment for clients to get a demonstration of the full range of all the technology-assisted service offerings tailored to meet varied business needs. Complimenting the experience zone is a well equipped global program management control center that permits simultaneous review of multi location, multi-product complex engagements.
''The information technologists working at this Center will help converge KPMG's wide array of advisory services ranging from performance and reporting to accounting, tax, compliance and regulatory,'' said Russell Parera, CEO, KPMG in India.