KPMG cited as a market-leading early adopter delivering RPA service-execution excellence, vision and customer satisfaction.
HfS ranking of 29 global firms is first study of its kind.
KPMG International has been named a top three global provider of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) services in a new report by HfS Research.
The HfS RPA Services Top 10 report - which HfS calls the first study of its kind - examines the role global service providers are playing in today's evolving RPA market. HfS assessed and rated the RPA services capabilities of 29 companies based on their innovation, execution and direct feedback from enterprise clients.
KPMG, the report notes, “exhibited a strong mix of service-execution excellence, applied innovation and vision, and verified customer satisfaction to rise to the top of our RPA services study."
In addition to being named among the top three global firms for its RPA services, KPMG was also ranked third among the 29 companies for the depth and breadth of its RPA service offerings and its focus on business outcomes and process transformation. The report highlights key strengths of KPMG's market-leading RPA services, including:
“The new HfS report citing KPMG as a global leader in RPA is an outstanding acknowledgement of our ongoing commitment to developing and delivering the best in RPA services and capabilities,” said Cliff Justice, US leader of Intelligent Automation, and a partner with KPMG in the US. “RPA is emerging as a fundamental pillar of intelligent automation and the overall digital transformation of knowledge work. Its integration into the operating model is absolutely essential today in raising a company's prospects for competitiveness, growth and success in the digital economy.”
Said Todd Lohr, principal of Digital Enablement, KPMG in the US: “KPMG continues to see RPA as a core enabling technology to meet our clients' digital transformation agenda. As such, we have made significant investments to help our clients scale their investments in RPA while reshaping their workforce.”
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