E2open alliance partner KPMG to launch new E2open practice

New venture will be focused on digital transformation that drives supply chain efficiency, improved customer experience and value across the enterprise.

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E2open, a network-based provider of a cloud-based, mission-critical, end-to-end supply chain management platform, announces that its strategic alliance partner, KPMG LLP is building a new E2open practice to help clients transform their enterprise with supply chain technology.

The KPMG E2open practice will be focused on creating positive business outcomes and a more connected supply chain through technology adoption, services and expertise.

“We’re thrilled to strengthen our alliance relationship with KPMG and launch a dedicated E2open practice to drive more value for our mutual clients,” says Michael Farlekas, chief executive officer of E2open. “This is yet another step in our stated strategy to expand our partnerships and partner ecosystem to best serve clients.”

KPMG LLP Supply Chain Advisory leader Rob Barrett, says, “We look forward to servicing our mutual clients in building more connected, resilient supply chains through digital transformation. Our E2open practice will help guide that journey, from technology roadmap and operating capabilities to the skills and internal adoption that drives ultimate success.”

Heather Generes, general manager, channel and growth at E2open, adds, “Our goal is to help clients achieve better results in managing their supply chains, and our alliance with KMPG is instrumental in that endeavor. We’re excited that KMPG is opening up a practice, which will include expanded transportation and logistics capabilities from E2open’s most recent acquisitions.”

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