The addition will supply improved and broader delivery of Microsoft business applications to clients across Australia and the South Pacific, it says.
KPMG buys Fiji-based digital transformation business
KPMG has acquired Fiji-based digital transformation supplier Acton to expand its client services in Australia and across the South Pacific.
CEO Andrew Yates welcomed the Acton team to KPMG Enterprise and said it would help expand the firm’s footprint in the region.
“Their expertise provides our clients across the South Pacific and Australia with improved access to a broader suite of technology solutions,” he said. “It enables us to provide these solutions to clients at scale, and more cost-effectively.”
Acton managing director Shobha Reddy said joining KPMG would support further growth and opportunities for her company’s employees.
“Acton has a strong track record in the Fiji marketplace and extensive experience working with both SMEs and leading brands like KPMG,” said Ms Reddy.
“We are looking forward to being part of the firm and being able to deliver integrated Microsoft solutions that support client growth strategies.”
KPMG said Acton had offered specialist expertise in Microsoft business applications, including Dynamics 365 and Financials for Office 365, since 2017.
Acton had also become a leader in cloud technology with a focus on helping clients drive efficiency, reduce costs and link people, data and processes across their organisations.
Partner in charge at KPMG’s Fiji-based South Pacific practice, Michael Yee Joy, said Acton would be a valuable addition.
“Being able to offer an extensive suite of Microsoft products together with the implementation outcomes mid-market businesses need will greatly benefit our clients,” said Mr Yee Joy.
“It will help them improve and transform their finance and related functions and ultimately deliver enhanced efficiencies through utilising such products as the Microsoft Businesses Central Solution.”
KPMG said Acton would join KPMG Fiji by 31 March and move its team into the Suva office.
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