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KPMG Hong Kong & China Graduate Programmes 2016

KPMG is a global network of member firms with over 162,000 people worldwide, including more than 9,000 people across 16 offices in China. They have built long standing partnerships with many of the world’s foremost companies and are actively targeting… 122 more words

Graduate Jobs

55 per cent of organizations in India have a digital IT roadmap in place, says new KPMG- Dell study

Dell, the world’s fastest growing large integrated IT Company, today announced the results of the Future Ready survey done in collaboration with KPMG. The focus of the survey was to check organizations’ readiness towards facing digital disruption brought about by a set of disruptive technologies such as cloud, big data, IoT, mobility, and social amongst others. 826 more words

Enterprise Technology

Solar power may be cheaper than coal in India by 2020

The price of solar power in India fell at a faster-than-expected rate this year. Now, some experts suggest that by 2020, renewable energy in Asia’s third-largest economy may become up to 10% cheaper than coal power. 247 more words

Can RPA Really Support BPO?

I have recently written about the development of Robot Process Automation (RPA) as a way that robots are becoming seriously involved in Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and what this means for the service industry more generally. 435 more words

Current Affairs

Big4 Auditor Changes 22 Nov 2015

First Capital Real Estate dismissed EY a few weeks back. This week, the company named Marcum as new auditor. Not unheard of, but usually a company will line up a new auditor before letting go of the old one. 68 more words

Auditor Changes

What is Integrated Assurance?

Integrated Assurance is a term that has become common parlance over the last 5 or 6 years. The origins of the concept were the UK government monitoring of the London Olympics. 72 more words


Back in business

It’s been a while. I am back at work with top levels of motivation and the belief that I can make a difference. Sounds like a bit of a cliché, don’t you think? 892 more words