Armughan Ahmad

Armughan Ahmad

President & Managing Partner, Digital

KPMG in Canada

Armughan Ahmad is a President & Managing Partner, Digital at KPMG. He leads the firm’s digital, technology and innovation groups transforming large enterprise, commercial and public sector organizations across industry segments. He is bridging traditional consulting services with exponential technologies to develop organic product IP with eco-system collaborations to deliver business function level transformation fit for a new digital economy customer experience.

Armughan’s teams have developed award-winning innovative offerings using Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Intelligent automation, Process workflows and Cyber security technologies. These solutions scale traditional and low-code no-code based applications for finance, retail, healthcare, manufacturing and telecom sectors. He is a frequent guest speaker on digital and innovation topics in North America, Europe and Asian markets where he has worked for over 20+ years of his global experience.

Armughan serves on the board of Future Skills Center innovating the future of work with human and machine collaboration. He also serves on Queens University’s Smith School of business board and Waterloo’s engineering dean’s advisory board. Armughan is a passionate promoter of girls’ STEAM education, mental health awareness and homelessness resettlement programs.

Areas of expertise
Innovation Innovation Portfolio management Innovation culture and behaviors Innovation operating model design Innovation strategy Startup
Accreditation
  • Digital Transformation

  • Cloud

  • Data Analytics

  • AI

  • Security

Community Involvement
  • Co-Founder of community food bank programs

  • Advisory board member for building schools in developing countries

  • Advisor for refugee resettlement and social responsibility programs

  • Advisory board member for the Future Skills Center

  • Advisory board member for Queens University’s AI and Analytics board

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