The Consulting firm, KPMG is experiencing an increased demand from global clients and looks to hire nearly 8,000-9,000 people in India, a tenth of them will be deployed on overseas projects to meet global clients increasingly demand.
The management consulting firms have received little attention, looked at global companies and helped them draw strategy to either cut costs or improve business, most often using the technology. Consulting firms are expected to deliver results, often pegging their fees to outcomes, said a top executive of KPMG.
Clients want you to deliver on the promise on the value you said you are going to deliver. They are getting outputs oriented,Tim Jones, Partner and Global Head of Management Consulting told ET.
KPMG was established in India in September 1993, and has rapidly built a significant competitive presence in the country. The firm operates from its offices in Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Chennai, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Noida, Pune and Vadodara, and offers its clients a full range of services, including financial and business advisory, tax and regulatory, and risk advisory services.
In India, KPMG has a client base of over 2700 companies. The firm’s global approach to service delivery helps provide value-added services to clients. The firm serves leading information technology companies and has a strong presence in the financial services sector in India while serving a number of market leaders in other industry segments.