More than ever before, large organizations are looking at new technology solution providers as a source for innovation, and want to collaborate with them to solve problems and accelerate their businesses. KPMG Matchi wants to help you tap into these opportunities. Designed to work in parallel with your existing sales processes, KPMG Matchi gives technology solution providers a platform to assert their solution’s relevance to potential clients at no cost! Marjolein Hoddenbagh, Regional VP Alliances EMEA & APJ from Bizagi – one of the solutions on Matchi, shares her tips on working in alliance with KPMG. Listen to this conversation to find out more.
KPMG Matchi Master Demos are monthly online webinars where we invite 2 emerging technology firms per session to demo their solution to our KPMG colleagues around the world.
These conversations are scheduled not only to showcase the emerging tech firms KPMG Matchi has access to, but also to get you thinking about how solutions like these can benefit your clients – or your local firm. With this in mind, we structure each session so that we can help you understand how these technologies can work for your clients, what you need to know in order to share or place them with your clients and general questions which would help you understand the technology and business problems they solve.
Each session is recorded and in this demonstration we host DOKKA and IRIS. More information on each firm below:
DOKKA: The DOKKA.com proprietary technology can recognise the structure of any financial documentation. The technology is used to innovate the bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing process. The DOKKA web platform, and mo-bile apps, ( can be white-labelled) serve bookkeepers, accountants, and business owners. The functionality includes:
smart document management (including search, tags, and virtual folders),
A.I. powered automated bookkeeping entries,
deep integration with major accounting software (Xero, QBO, SAGE & others).
IRIS: KPMG’s IFRS 9 Risk and Impairment Solution was developed to combine data analytics, new technology and access to detailed industry information to help advisors and auditors better understand their client’s business, identify risks and issues and deliver additional insights. The focus of the solution is to meet the evolving needs of customers and is able to quantify the risk on the ECL number through various simulations. It amalgamates fragmented process flows into a singular stream-lined process. At the heart of the solution is a strong governance process with clear audit trails, sup-porting senior executives in responding to ongoing pressure from regulators.
Contact Freda Gray for specifics about any of the solutions mentioned above
More on Matchi: KPMG-Matchi has proven and practical approaches to connect our clients with high quality and relevant emerging technology solutions from around the world. We do this in a way that builds internal support and leads to real business impact.
Leveraging our network of 6,500+ emerging tech firms around the world, we have pioneered targeted and facilitated matchmaking mechanisms to ensure the right solution is quickly selected and reviewed without compromising quality.
Listen to panelists from The South African Reserve Bank and Financial Sector Conduct Authority to find out everything you need to know about the Global Fintech Hackcelerator @ Southern Africa - and how this challenge platform could fast-track you to the Hackcelerator Demo Day at the upcoming Singapore Fintech Festival in November. The Global Fintech Hackcelerator, powered by KPMG Matchi, is a fintech acceleration programme that creates a platform for fintech firms to demonstrate their innovative solutions to complex financial challenges in the Southern African region. Fintech firms from anywhere in the world can apply to participate in the programme. Applications are open until midnight on Sunday, 8 September.
Watch this recorded discussion where we chat to the team behind the recent report.
The results of the recent survey commission by KPMG in Poland and the Polish Banks Association confirm that there is a consensus as to how representatives of banks and TPPs (Third Party Providers) see the future ahead.