KPMG announces new Centers of Excellence
KPMG’s CoEs are focused on ensuring we become clear market leaders in each of these areas. These are not standalone businesses but key parts of our overall capability portfolio aimed at ensuring we can engage with clients right across their value chain.
“KPMG Management Consulting works with clients on technology-enabled business transformation,” commented Aidan Brennan. “By establishing Centers of Excellence and acquiring world-class expertise, we are investing in critical areas that will position us to be the clear choice for our clients who want to achieve large-scale, sustainable change.”
The new leaders of the Centers of Excellence have recently joined us and are already active in their new roles.
Julio Hernandez, Global Lead for Customer CoE
Julio Hernandez has been appointed Global Lead for the Customer CoE. With more than 20 years consulting experience focused on the customer, Julio joins KPMG from Accenture where he has served in a variety of client service and leadership roles, including global lead of Customer Analytics, and leader of CRM, Customer Centricity and Customer Contact Transformation practices. He was also part of Accenture’s global leadership team for analytics. Julio will also lead the US Customer Strategy & Growth practice.
Morris Treadway, Global Lead for Enterprise Performance Management CoE
Morris Treadway has been appointed as Global Lead for the Enterprise Performance Management CoE. Morris brings with him more than 25 years of consulting experience at IBM and PwC. Prior to joining KPMG, Morris was vice president of Transformation Solutions & Services at IBM. Previously, he executed strategic business transformation initiatives and established innovative programs in financial management and business analytics to drive enterprise value to Fortune 500 companies.
Erich Gampenrieder, Global Lead for Supply Chain CoE
Erich Gampenrieder has been appointed as Global Lead for KPMG’s Supply Chain CoE. Erich joins the firm from Deloitte where he led the Operation Consulting practice in Germany. Previously, Erich was a partner in Accenture’s global supply chain practice. During his almost 20 years of experience, Erich has been responsible for high profile cross-border programs for a number of Fortune 500 companies.