KPMG member firms’ approach to data-driven technologies is rooted in trust.
In a survey of 2,200 global IT and business decision-makers involved in strategy for data initiatives, just 35 percent had a high level of trust in their own organizations’ analytics.1
Hear what a KPMG data leader, Professor Sander Klous, has to say about algorithm bias and earning the trust of your clients.
Based on a survey of almost 2,200 global information technology (IT) and business decision-makers involved in strategy for data initiatives, this report identifies some of the key trends and emerging principles to support the development of trusted analytics in the digital age.
1 A commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of KPMG International, July 2017
For more information about the importance KPMG places on trust in analytics, please reach out to one of the KPMG member firm Data-Driven Technologies leaders.