KPMG, one of the leading members of the Oracle Partner Network (OPN) Cloud program, has apparently devised a novel solution to enable its clients in the healthcare industry to move their supply chain, finance, and human resource functions to the Oracle Cloud.
As per reliable sources, the software giant aims to leverage the best practices and experience of KPMG’s healthcare market experts to improve its cloud solutions. The Powered Healthcare enterprise of KPMG has been based on a target operating model which aims to cater to various businesses. Reportedly, this has led to faster client deployments and enhanced time to value in the Oracle Cloud.
For the record, KPMG is a Global Cloud Elite and platinum member of the Oracle Partner Network Cloud Program with its own healthcare version of Powered Enterprise solution named as “Powered Healthcare”. In addition to this, Oracle Consulting Services and KPMG are currently in the process to jointly develop a delivery model for healthcare implementations that would assist in lowering risk and client cost.
Speaking about the latest partnership, SVP North American ERP, EPM & SCM enterprise business, Rod Johnson was quoted stating that KPMG has a unique product offering in the healthcare industry with its flagship Powered Enterprise. He further state that KPMG is one of the foremost cloud partners of Oracle with transformational abilities that would continue to play a vital role in aiding various organizations to adapt, innovate, and expand in the Oracle Cloud.
For the record, the Powered Enterprise of KPMG covers Procurement, Supply Chain Management (SCM), Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Human Capital Management (HCM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and Costing and Controls.
Commenting on the collaboration, KPMG Global Oracle Network leader, Linsey Ryan was quoted stating that unveiling a tailored Powered Enterprise solution would aid healthcare industry firms to create business value for crucial stakeholders.