At KPMG, we believe our purpose is to uphold trust in the capital markets through a quality audit. It represents our fundamental promise to investors, companies, audit committees, communities, and other stakeholders that we serve. At the same time, we are committed to continuously identifying and implementing innovative approaches and technology to help deliver a better audit experience and further enhance quality. We are making significant investments in a tech-enabled audit that will bring greater relevance to audit findings and ultimately enrich our clients’ experience.
2020 was not the year we expected. It challenged us in many ways and uncertainty became the norm. But we pivoted quickly, and we couldn’t be prouder of how our firm came together to continue to serve clients and operate effectively every day.
Understanding how ESG strategies and the role in reporting is critical to helping you demonstrate credibility to key stakeholders, meet investor expectations, and lead among your peers.
Read the latest article from Forbes Insights, in association with KPMG, on the impacts to life sciences companies as the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine and therapies is changing business-as-usual operations and creating atypical financial pressures as firms shift personnel and other resources.
In today’s business environment when the subject matter lead might be housed at another plant, region or largely working from home, KPMG is pioneering the use of smart glasses to conduct inventory counts to bring the specialist virtually in the room.