KPMG to invest $2 billion in AI, cloud services By Reuters

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(Reuters) -KPMG stated on Tuesday it will invest $2 billion on expert system and cloud services through a broadened collaboration with Microsoft (NASDAQ:), carefully following Accenture (NYSE:) in banking on the most recent innovations to weather a downturn in advisory offers.

The accounting company stated it will integrate AI into its core audit, tax and advisory services for customers as part of the five-year collaboration.

Professional services companies deal with a downturn in organization as their consumers scale down or hold back on consulting and improvement tasks to conserve expenses in a tough macro financial environment.

The broadened collaboration will assist support KPMG’s customers and 2,500 customer care collectively by KPMG and Microsoft.


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