KPMG

 
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Is your procurement function helping the business keep pace with digital disruption? Is it delivering speed, innovation, and competitive advantage? How will bots impact procurement? Third-parties are critical to keep pace in today’s world, and an effective procurement organization can help your business better prepare for the future.

KPMG’s procurement advisory group has helped procurement organizations around the world transform to keep pace as value-add business partners. We support them through every step along the journey – creating their vision, developing their strategy, executing their plan, and making it stick.

Our approach addresses the full range of underpinnings that enable procurement to strategically support the enterprise’s growth and competitive objectives:

- design strategy and implement a robust operating model
- get spend management under control
- improve collaboration with and management of suppliers
- institutionalize a third-party risk management program
- create a robust talent management program
- leverage the right technology for speed and effectiveness.

Whether employed for full-scale transformation or targeted improvements, KPMG’s procurement advisory group will help you drive meaningful benefits across your enterprise.

KPMG Procurement
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