Distributed ledger technology is transforming business processing.
As blockchain moves beyond the hype towards effective implementation, it quickly becomes clear that the process involves more than just the technology. When solving business challenges with blockchain, companies need to account for the complex regulatory, tax, auditability, risk, and compliance implications that come with any global transaction platform.
KPMG’s value-add approach integrates financial management and digital transformation with industry proficiency to provide businesses with detailed guidance on blockchain. KPMG helps clients develop blockchain solutions from strategy to implementation.
Seize the potential of blockchain today with KPMG
Embracing a new technology that disrupts business as usual is not easy. To help clients make this transition, we have dedicated blockchain specialists across KPMG’s core lines of business—Tax, Audit, Advisory, and Industries—in 30 countries across the world.
We deliver the following services to clients:
Helping clients simplify their complex business processes and stay ahead in the industry
The Digital Chamber of Commerce's Blockchain Summit in Washington looked at issues that ranged as far and wide as blockchain and the opioid crisis.
Five healthcare organizations — Humana, UnitedHealthcare, Optum, Quest Diagnostics and MultiPlan — have unveiled a blockchain-based effort that aims to make it easier to share provider directory data
The firm is expanding its blockchain strategy across its core lines of business – Tax, Audit, Advisory and Industries.
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