KPMG in Nigeria launches its Insights Centre

The KPMG in Nigeria Insights Center, a next-generation collaborative environment that allows our clients to interact directly with their data and see innovative solutions come to life in ways never imagined. The Insights Center has been designed to change the way we work with our clients and how they perceive KPMG, differentiating us in the market place.

“With the rate and pace of disruption in the market, KPMG is constantly focused on making strategic short and long-term investments that address market disruption and support a transformation journey,” said Kunle Elebute, Senior Partner, KPMG in Nigeria and Chairman, KPMG Africa. “We are excited to open the KPMG Insights Centre in Lagos. This helps us to bring together our capabilities in innovation, facilitation and leading/ emerging technologies in a new way that represents how KPMG is transforming businesses across the industry and how we can help our clients succeed.”

“I would like to congratulate KPMG for putting this Insights Centre here in Nigeria, which is the first in Africa, and I think this will really help to transform the way that we do business,” said Aliko Dangote. “Going forward, I’m sure this will help in taking us to the next level, and this will assist in our own businesses by predicting our customer behavior, and our operations in various industries because we have a lot of industries that are very complex, but this will help sort out our issues and help us run our businesses. It is more reassuring to see that with this kind of innovation, our businesses will be smoothly run. We are at about 4 billion dollars revenue now, and we are going to 30 billion dollars but with this kind of innovation, we are very comfortable; so I must congratulate KPMG.”

“We are very impressed with the Insights introduction into various innovations; the digital economy that KPMG is introducing in Nigeria, which we understand is one of its kind in Africa and obviously the 17th of such in the Global KPMG activities,” said Jim Ovia. “We are very impressed with the AI (Artificial Intelligence) and the innovations, and we do think that’s the future, and many organisations will look forward to partnering with KPMG in this regard.”

Beautiful photo of the #KPMGNigeriaInsightsCentre launch depicting Kunle Elebute (center-rear), Senior Partner, KPMG in Nigeria and Chairman, KPMG Africa with other KPMG Partners (from L – R), Eluma Nneka, Femi Awotoye, Wole Obayomi, Ijeoma Emezie-Ezigbo CPA, CGA, Olumide Olayinka, Adebisi Lamikanra, Ajibola Olomola, Joseph Tegbe, Ayo Salami, Ajibola Olomola, Ayo Soyinka; Jim Ovia, founder of Zenith Bank Plc, and Alhaji Aliko Dangote of Dangote Industries Limited.

David Okwara

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