Alteryx, a leading data analytics automation company, announced a strategic alliance with KPMG, a multinational accounting company, to enhance its data analytics capabilities.

Alteryx is a global leader in analytic process automation (APA) that unifies analytics, business process automation, and data science in a single platform to accelerate digital transformation. KPMG is one of the Big Four accounting organizations that provides audit, tax, and advisory services to its clients worldwide. With this collaboration, KPMG intends to efficiently utilize Alteryx’s services to automate its own systems and to help clients handle their own data.

Brad Brown, global head of Innovation and Technology, Tax at KPMG, said, “KPMG is committed to investing in and developing state-of-the-art tax technology that can help our clients reimagine their tax operations by delivering greater efficiencies and cost and risk management strategies. This strategic alliance will benefit our clients by equipping them with repeatable technology solutions that can be harnessed to address their most pressing data and analytics challenges.”

Following this collaboration, both the organizations intend to develop strategies to incorporate automated analytics into day-to-day business processes. This will help them make intelligent and quicker decisions. The idea is to help clients leverage the power of data science and automated analytics in order to transform data-driven businesses. Together, Alteryx and KPMG will facilitate digital transformation by speeding up automation outcomes, modernizing tax functions, and establishing security and governance.

Barb Huelskamp, Senior Vice President at Alteryx, said, “Data-led decisions play an essential role in transformation but can only happen at scale when more people at every skill level have access to faster analytics to deliver insights. We are excited to partner with KPMG and combine their deep industry knowledge with the power of our trusted automated analytics capabilities to accelerate transformation for their customers.”