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Paul Toner

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KPMG LLP

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KPMG LLP

345 Park Avenue

New York City, New York,10154

United States

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KPMG LLP, the audit, tax and advisory firm, is the U.S. member firm of KPMG International Cooperative ("KPMG International"). KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. We operate in 155 countries and have more t...more

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Paul Toner of KPMG stated that the results were "encouraging", explaining that technology which does not fully support a company will make it difficult to control costs, will impact upon customer service and as a result reduce that business's competitive edge.Following a report by Accountancy Age which claimed that firms want stability and reliability from their accounting software providers, Mr Toner remarked: "A delayed or problematic technology project can delay the associated benefits and end up as an unwanted distraction.Businesses recognise this, unfortunately some from bitter experience."Areas of strong business performance for 2008 were predicted to be growth within existing customer bases and measures to reduce costs, according to KPMG's survey.Mr Toner commented that both of these business goals could be achieved through investment in technology.


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Paul Toner, business performance and IT advisory partner at KPMG, noted that the ongoing investment in IT was largely due to companies spending less on hardware and large systems refreshes, but increasing their spend on technology to support improved customer service, process automation and decision-making.


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"It's encouraging to see Irish businesses maintaining their commitment to IT spend," said Paul Toner, business performance and IT advisory partner at KPMG."When times are good, you need to spend on technology to stay with the pace and when times are not so good, you need technology to stay ahead of the competition by supporting efficiency and reducing operating costs."Toner noted that the ongoing investment in IT was largely due to companies spending less on hardware and large systems refreshes, but increasing their spend on technology to support improved customer service, process automation and effective decision-making in difficult economic times.The survey was conducted among 300 companies in Ireland, ranging from small and medium businesses to large companies.


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Paul Toner of KPMG stated that the results were "encouraging", explaining that technology which does not fully support a company will make it difficult to control costs, will impact upon customer service and as a result reduce that business's competitive edge.Following a report by Accountancy Age which claimed that firms want stability and reliability from their accounting software providers, Mr Toner remarked: "A delayed or problematic technology project can delay the associated benefits and end up as an unwanted distraction.Businesses recognise this, unfortunately some from bitter experience."Areas of strong business performance for 2008 were predicted to be growth within existing customer bases and measures to reduce costs, according to KPMG's survey.Mr Toner commented that both of these business goals could be achieved through investment in technology.


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"What is encouraging here is that technology would traditionally be considered an area of discretionary spending and if Irish companies were facing a downturn or a period of uncertainty one wouldn't expect investment in this area," said Paul Toner, partner in KPMG's Business Advisory Services. Toner suggests the recent growth period has seen businesses outgrow their technology, and as a result their systems no longer fully support their business model or volume of business.


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