KPMG Fiji has agreed to acquire the business of Fiji-based digital transformation provider, Acton, in a deal enabling the improved and broader delivery of Microsoft solutions to KPMG’s mid-market clients across the South Pacific.
While commenting on the acquisition today, KPMG Australia CEO, Andrew Yates says they are pleased to welcome the Acton team to their growing KPMG Enterprise mid-market business as their expertise provides their clients across the South Pacific and Australia with improved access to a broader suite of technology solutions which enables to provide solutions to clients at scale, and more cost-effectively.
He says KPMG is focused on helping its clients drive efficiency, reduce costs and optimally link people, data, and processes across their organizations.
Acton Managing Director Shobha Reddy with fellow directors and co-founders Sanjesh Kumar and Mukesh Lodhia say they are excited that KPMG is to acquire the business and are looking forward to supporting future growth as Acton has a strong track record in the Fiji marketplace and extensive experience working with both SMEs and leading brands like KPMG.
Fiji-based Michael Yee Joy, Partner in Charge of KPMG’s South Pacific Practice says being able to offer an extensive suite of Microsoft products together with the implementation outcomes mid-market businesses need will greatly benefit clients.
He says it will help them improve and transform their finance, and related functions and ultimately deliver enhanced efficiencies through utilizing such products as the Microsoft Business Central solution.
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