KPMG reports, surveys and studies to help companies understand changes in the marketplace.
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2019 U.S. CEO Outlook
KPMG's 1Q19 Global Insights Pulse Survey considers the reluctance to adopt AI technologies and why the risks are lower than they may first appear.
Explore what high-performing finance organizations are doing differently to drive revenue growth and profitability.
Surveying cyber readiness and pain points in Federal, State, and Local Governments
Eight key AI adoption trends
Despite progress over the past year, medical device companies are still facing many questions, according to annual KPMG/RAPS survey.
With the adoption deadline nearing, specificity remains elusive as entities continue to build and refine their processes and controls.
Explore how digital leaders are outpacing their competitors in delivering real business results.
A candid survey of the challenges and opportunities Federal, State and Local governments face in harnessing digital technologies to better achieve organizational goals.
Brian Higgins says advanced clients and customers expect transparency, low costs and high levels of service, and they are requiring supply chains to operate at new levels of efficiency.
Rethinking grocery strategies in the digital age
KPMG, in association with Forbes Insights has launched a new survey on how advanced technologies are transforming the audit.
Easing the pressure points: The state of intelligent automation
With multiple generations now in the workforce, organizations must adapt talent programs to accommodate the traits of these new workers.
Are you managing an optimal ICOFR program? Read the survey and compare to your peers to see if you are on the right track.
Embedding intelligent automation across the enterprise
Explore key findings and market trends for the Nordic shared services and outsourcing market.
KPMG's 4Q18 Global Insights Pulse Survey explores top service delivery trends for 2019 with the biggest positive and negative impact.
A study by KPMG and the Institute for Public Relations found that sexism continues to be a barrier for women hoping to advance to leadership roles.
Discover operating model revisions needed for GBS organizations to keep pace of the shifting technological landscape.
Many companies are still struggling to understand and act on the new European Union Medical Device Regulation123 articles and 17 annexes
KPMG's 3Q18 Global Insights Pulse Survey explores the impact of intelligent automation on next-generation operating models
Michele Meyer-Shipp says that instead of playing to win, many women play not to lose.
KPMG's survey of 1,200 global HR executives exposes a clear and troubling gulf between action and inertia on transforming the HR function for the 21st century.
2019 Health Care & Life Sciences Investment Outlook
Three tactics CPG executives can take amid retail grocery disruption
Financial institutions’ progress and challenges as they strive for Operational Risk Management Excellence
Tomorrow’s consumer is less predictable than ever. How will you connect with the future customer?
A survey of 529 executives reveals higher growth in revenue and profitability for companies with mature EPM capabilities.
KPMG's tax dispute resolution benchmarking study focuses on how in-house tax disputes professionals are responding to controversy challenges in a dynamic disputes environment.
Most business leaders recognize that tax issues matter to the ultimate success of transactions.
New research on the diversification discount can help conglomerates manage their portfolio strategy
Three key phases for building out a compliance automation approach
The report provides insights into a company’s tax department by benchmarking their performance against peers in revenue size and by industry and identifies potential process improvement and tax technology and innovation opportunities.
A deep dive into how enterprises are harnessing the power of emerging automation technologies and business services delivery models to thrive in the 21st century.
What drives excellence in global business services? What comes out of maturing capabilities? KPMG is always asking.
Global CEOs see a powerful future for their CFOs according to KPMG International’s global survey of over 500 executives from six continents.
KPMG's 2Q18 Global Insights Pulse Survey explores the role of innovation in the future of outsourced service delivery.
New study reveals most organizations’ low readiness to deploy artificial intelligence technologies
An outlook survey of chief tax officers.
Reports and studies to help companies understand changes in the marketplace.
Tax departments rarely are responsible for payroll tax issues until there is a problem.
The role of "extreme automation" in enabling next-generation finance target models from KPMG's 1Q18 Global Insights Pulse Survey
Integrated planning for a dynamic oil and gas industry. Insights from an inaugural survey of upstream planning processes.
New findings suggest more support is required for risk mitigation.
Know me: The key to an individualized, personal customer experience.
KPMG’s Lease Accounting Survey reveals the key remaining challenges and provides insight into how to respond.
Results indicate that the CIO role is transforming as organizations strive to be customer-centric in an environment of increased risk and aim to make a success of digital.
Based on extensive research, KPMG has developed a framework to help companies identify, understand and respond to today’s changing customer.
Key results by sector: Digital strategy, IT budgets, and investments in technology and innovation.
KPMG’s survey of banking customers demonstrates high interest in robo-advisor services.
The impact of the cloud-enabled workplace on cyber security strategies
How corporate leaders view the general counsel of today and tomorrow
KPMG’s 2018 Current Expected Credit Loss or CECL Survey suggests quick decisions are needed by financial institutions large and small.
Our teams surveyed 265 finance professionals involved in the health care & life sciences sector.
Electric performance in 2017 powers tempered optimism for 2018.
Learn how companies are transforming tech risk functions to drive value, predict risks, and adapt to the velocity of change.
Leading innovation hubs | cities outpacing the competition
The disruptive technologies trending as game-changers including artificial intelligence, IoT and robotics, will continue to have a huge impact across the technology sector ecosystem.