As part of a $5 billion multi-year partnership, global consultancy KPMG, said it will utilize Microsoft Azure as its preferred cloud platform. One of the capabilities KPMG will offer its clients is enabling them to tap into cloud-based services built on Azure that can automate various aspects of their tax and audit functions.
Through its common, global cloud platform, KPMG will create a set of cloud-based capabilities ranging from hosting infrastructure based on Microsoft Azure to more than 50 advanced solutions, such as AI, cyber and robotic process automation, Microsoft explained on its corporate blog.
Microsoft announced only a month ago that it was entering the RPA space in a significant way with the introduction of its Power Automate
“Together with KPMG, we’re accelerating digital transformation across industries by bringing the latest advances in cloud, AI and security to highly regulated workloads in tax, audit and advisory,” said Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft.