KPMG and IBM Collaborate to Drive Digital Transformation in the Caribbean
KPMG in Caricom and IBM have recently announced their partnership to accelerate digital transformation efforts in the Caribbean region. With a focus on helping both private and public sector organizations leverage data and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, this collaboration aims to strengthen performance and competitiveness.
Raymond Campbell, head of advisory at KPMG in Caricom, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership, stating, We are excited to add IBM to our ecosystem which already includes ServiceNow and Microsoft. This adds to a select group of leading global technology providers that will leverage KPMG’s expertise in business transformation and IBM’s advanced technology capabilities to create innovative solutions for clients across the region.
As digital transformation gains significant importance in the Caribbean region, companies are increasingly investing in technology solutions that can ensure business continuity and customer connectivity. KPMG and IBM, who have a successful history of global collaboration, are now expanding their alliance to Caricom, providing mutual clients with both IBM’s technology and KPMG’s advisory services.
Regarding the expansion, Rob Sanderson, global alliance director at IBM, KPMG International, stated, I am delighted that KPMG’s global alliance with IBM is extending to KPMG firms in the Caribbean [Caricom]. With KPMG being recently recognized as Red Hat’s 2023 Innovator of the Year with our KPMG Resource Integration Suite [KRIS] Connected Platform, I look forward to this globally successful collaboration continuing to deliver impactful outcomes for clients in the region.
Data security is a crucial aspect of digital transformation initiatives, and this alliance aims to assist clients in unlocking new levels of business performance while ensuring the safety and security of their data. Ravi Sankar, head of technology and cyber at KPMG in Caricom, highlighted the significance of IBM’s technology platforms, which provide advanced threat detection, data security, incident response, risk management, and automation of customer experience and business operations.
Mr. Campbell further emphasized the importance of leveraging new and emerging technologies to maintain a competitive advantage in digital transformation journeys. With the Caribbean region witnessing unprecedented shifts towards remote work, online services, and cloud computing, KPMG and IBM remain committed to helping clients navigate these disruptions and emerge stronger and more resilient.
The collaboration between KPMG and IBM in the Caribbean region is an exciting development that showcases their dedication to driving digital transformation and enabling organizations to thrive in an increasingly digital world.
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