InnerWorkings, KPMG Announce Strategic Alliance

Distributor InnerWorkings, Inc. and audit, tax and advisory firm KPMG LLP have announced an alliance that brings together technology and services to help clients increase efficiencies, improve consistency and drive savings in their marketing expenditures.

“By combining KPMG’s experience and deep understanding of its clients’ business challenges with InnerWorkings’ global marketing execution capabilities, the two companies offer corporations a compelling value proposition,” says Oliver Kimberley, senior vice president, client solutions for InnerWorkings. “We are excited about this alliance and look forward to assisting KPMG drive greater value to their clients in the months and years ahead.”

Pat Canning, KPMG Chicago Managing Partner, adds, “Today’s marketing budgets are under pressure to perform more than ever before, and marketing executives need transparency, innovation and a technology-driven approach to maximize their ROI. Our alliance can create meaningful cost savings on marketing collateral, which significantly impacts our clients’ bottom line.”

filed under August 2018 | InnerWorkings
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Cassandra Hayes
September 5, 2018
Inner Workings was instrumental in musculing out several minority companies from Amerihealth. If you wanted to subcontract under IW, you submit to 90 day net payment, if you want it earlier like the standard 30 day net, you pay an ADDITIONAL FEE. This alliance will further strengthen that muscle and Inner Workings ability to monopolize the market. I have a suggestion...Why can't PPAI make a similar "alliance" with KPMG, Accenture, or Deloitte, and give smaller businesses the same type of access to financial and accounting data, so that small businesses can COLLECTIVELY and more effectively compete with these big guys??
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