— Includes participation in KPMG’s new Data Citizens with Purpose® Program, which provides pro-bono data & analytics services to non-profits — Spans from fundamental data & analytics skills to advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) specialization — Offers Artificial Intelligence components in collaboration with UCI Paul Merage School of Business.
KPMG LLP today announced the launch of a new Data & Analytics (D&A) Literacy Program for its Advisory services professionals to drive new levels of business value for clients. All Advisory professionals will be able to apply their new skills through KPMG’s Data Citizens with Purpose® (DCwP) Program, which provides non-profits with pro-bono D&A services.
“Using data in everything we do is a strategic imperative anchored in the principle to never stop learning,” said Bob Parr, Advisory’s Chief Data Officer, KPMG LLP. “Our Data & Analytics Literacy Program is helping our people create market-relevant solutions for clients forged in data, insights, and Artificial Intelligence—enabling data & analytics innovation on a greater scale.”
Designed to deepen employees’ understanding of data, analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI), KPMG’s D&A Literacy Program will help Advisory professionals deliver meaningful data-driven insights to clients. Advisory professionals will take classes on AI strategy and solution design and advanced D&A techniques. AI courses will be offered in collaboration with UCI Paul Merage School of Business, as well as courses from MIT Sloan School of Management delivered in collaboration with Get Smarter.
Data Citizens with Purpose® Program
Advisory Professionals who participate in the literacy program will apply their new skills through KPMG’s Data Citizens with Purpose® Program, which offers pro-bono data-driven insights to non-profits. The program is helping more than 80 nonprofit organizations across the country address a broad range of social, inclusion, diversity and environmental issues.
Through this program, KPMG recently helped the Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) gain a clearer picture of their data to support the implementation of a new customer relationship management tool and to drive more value for the Hispanic technical community. “The KPMG Data Citizens with Purpose program has given HITEC a great gift, and that’s the gift of knowledge. We now have a holistic view into the data that makes us such a unique organization and will enable us to impact and change more lives in the future,” said Susana Ramirez, Director of Corporate Development at HITEC.
“Based on the expected enrollment in the Data Citizens with Purpose® Program, we anticipate being able to provide over 40,000 hours of data & analytics pro-bono services to non-profits across the U.S. This program has proven that even in this complex time, we can safely create a positive impact in the communities we serve,” said Carl Carande, Vice Chair – Advisory, KPMG LLP.
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