A professional service company and one of the Big Four auditors, KPMG has announced its partnership with Guardtime, an enterprise Blockchain company, to provide Blockchain-based services to customers. With this partnership, KPMG will work on a range of products and services by utilizing Guardtime’s platform.
As reports explained, with KPMG’s Blockchain enablement services, its professionals will work with Guardime to offer strategy, evaluation, in addition to design and implementation services. For the past few years, Guardtime’s technology has created its path into several corners of the economy around the world, by joining with governments’ schemes. The firm, last year, teamed up with fellow Big Four member Ernst & Young to develop a Blockchain insurance platform for the shipping industry. On this move, KPMG’s National Blockchain leader, Arun Ghosh stated that the company’s deep business and technical experience in partnership with Guartime’s Blockchain platform drives business transformation in such areas that burdened with manual processes and where data precision, trust, and security are supreme.
KPMG is one of the Big Four auditors, along with Deloitte, Ernst & Young, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Its workforce areas have 207,050 people and offer three lines of services, including financial audit, tax, and advisory. In addition, its tax and advisory services are further divided into various service groups. On the other hand, founded in 2007, Guardtime works as software Security Company and has developed a digital signature system based on Blockchain technology. Four years back in 2015, the company collaborated with Ericsson on a Cloud Computing project.