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Teri S. Robinson

Managing Director

KPMG LLP

HQ Phone:  (416) 777-3400

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KPMG LLP

333 Bay St., Ste 4600

Toronto, Ontario, M5H 2S5

Canada

Company Description

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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http://www.equaterra.com/Library/By-Your-Situation/Large-Consumer-Services-Company-Engages-EquaTerra-to-Consolidate-IT-Function-1304C344.html

Teri Robinson, the Managing Director at EquaTerra who worked closely on this project, says that company officials said they believed technology consolidation was the key ingredient to their future.
"The company needed a transformation of its IT organization in order to accomplish its goals of having its IT services aligned across all brands," she said. "We were engaged to help the company select and transition to an outsourcing service provider," says Robinson. "We helped the company develop an RFP, identify and evaluate providers, conduct due diligence and manage final contact negotiations with the chosen outsourcing partner." Robinson also says EquaTerra was further engaged to help the company transition to the new IT organization and was tasked with putting a variety of governance processes in place. The company further employed EquaTerra's EquaSiis Enterprise Tool (http://equasiis.com/software-plus-intelligence/equasiis-enterprise), which enables the company and provider organizations to easily collaborate with one another. "EquaSiis Enterprise was important in helping the company - and each of its brands - communicate with the service provider in that it provided a single repository for all information related to the outsourced work," says Robinson. The CIO of the company told Robinson that working with EquaTerra was the "best consulting money we ever spent in any area of this organization." Robinson says that many companies try to consolidate their IT in-house because they think it will save them time and money. While this tactic is effective for some companies, a larger and more complex organization often requires help. "In this company's case, outsourcing helped it significantly reduce costs and increase efficiencies across the brands," she says. "Working with a service provider made it possible to do this much more quickly and efficiently." Just because you have a provider partner doesn't mean you can just turn the keys over to them. Robinson says any company going through a transformation should be whole-heartedly involved in the process. "Companies should work closely with the provider organization to help them truly understand and share their vision for what they want their newly transformed organization to look like," says Robinson.


http://www.insourcepartners.com/The-Library/By-Your-Situation/Large-Consumer-Services-Company-Engages-EquaTerra-to-Consolidate-IT-Function-1304C336.html

Teri Robinson, the Managing Director at EquaTerra who worked closely on this project, says that company officials said they believed technology consolidation was the key ingredient to their future.
"The company needed a transformation of its IT organization in order to accomplish its goals of having its IT services aligned across all brands," she said. "We were engaged to help the company select and transition to an outsourcing service provider," says Robinson. "We helped the company develop an RFP, identify and evaluate providers, conduct due diligence and manage final contact negotiations with the chosen outsourcing partner." Robinson also says EquaTerra was further engaged to help the company transition to the new IT organization and was tasked with putting a variety of governance processes in place. The company further employed EquaTerra's EquaSiis Enterprise Tool (http://equasiis.com/software-plus-intelligence/equasiis-enterprise), which enables the company and provider organizations to easily collaborate with one another. "EquaSiis Enterprise was important in helping the company - and each of its brands - communicate with the service provider in that it provided a single repository for all information related to the outsourced work," says Robinson. The CIO of the company told Robinson that working with EquaTerra was the "best consulting money we ever spent in any area of this organization." Robinson says that many companies try to consolidate their IT in-house because they think it will save them time and money. While this tactic is effective for some companies, a larger and more complex organization often requires help. "In this company's case, outsourcing helped it significantly reduce costs and increase efficiencies across the brands," she says. "Working with a service provider made it possible to do this much more quickly and efficiently." Just because you have a provider partner doesn't mean you can just turn the keys over to them. Robinson says any company going through a transformation should be whole-heartedly involved in the process. "Companies should work closely with the provider organization to help them truly understand and share their vision for what they want their newly transformed organization to look like," says Robinson.


http://store.equaterra.com/The-Library/By-Your-Situation/Large-Consumer-Services-Company-Engages-EquaTerra-to-Consolidate-IT-Function-1304C344.html

Teri Robinson, the Managing Director at EquaTerra who worked closely on this project, says that company officials said they believed technology consolidation was the key ingredient to their future.
"The company needed a transformation of its IT organization in order to accomplish its goals of having its IT services aligned across all brands," she said. "We were engaged to help the company select and transition to an outsourcing service provider," says Robinson. "We helped the company develop an RFP, identify and evaluate providers, conduct due diligence and manage final contact negotiations with the chosen outsourcing partner." Robinson also says EquaTerra was further engaged to help the company transition to the new IT organization and was tasked with putting a variety of governance processes in place. The company further employed EquaTerra's EquaSiis Enterprise Tool (http://equasiis.com/software-plus-intelligence/equasiis-enterprise), which enables the company and provider organizations to easily collaborate with one another. "EquaSiis Enterprise was important in helping the company - and each of its brands - communicate with the service provider in that it provided a single repository for all information related to the outsourced work," says Robinson. The CIO of the company told Robinson that working with EquaTerra was the "best consulting money we ever spent in any area of this organization." Robinson says that many companies try to consolidate their IT in-house because they think it will save them time and money. While this tactic is effective for some companies, a larger and more complex organization often requires help. "In this company's case, outsourcing helped it significantly reduce costs and increase efficiencies across the brands," she says. "Working with a service provider made it possible to do this much more quickly and efficiently." Just because you have a provider partner doesn't mean you can just turn the keys over to them. Robinson says any company going through a transformation should be whole-heartedly involved in the process. "Companies should work closely with the provider organization to help them truly understand and share their vision for what they want their newly transformed organization to look like," says Robinson.


http://www.insourcepartners.com/The-Library/By-Topic/Large-Consumer-Services-Company-Engages-EquaTerra-to-Consolidate-IT-Function-1304C291.html

Teri Robinson, the Managing Director at EquaTerra who worked closely on this project, says that company officials said they believed technology consolidation was the key ingredient to their future.
"The company needed a transformation of its IT organization in order to accomplish its goals of having its IT services aligned across all brands," she said. "We were engaged to help the company select and transition to an outsourcing service provider," says Robinson. "We helped the company develop an RFP, identify and evaluate providers, conduct due diligence and manage final contact negotiations with the chosen outsourcing partner." Robinson also says EquaTerra was further engaged to help the company transition to the new IT organization and was tasked with putting a variety of governance processes in place. The company further employed EquaTerra's EquaSiis Enterprise Tool (http://equasiis.com/software-plus-intelligence/equasiis-enterprise), which enables the company and provider organizations to easily collaborate with one another. "EquaSiis Enterprise was important in helping the company - and each of its brands - communicate with the service provider in that it provided a single repository for all information related to the outsourced work," says Robinson. The CIO of the company told Robinson that working with EquaTerra was the "best consulting money we ever spent in any area of this organization." Robinson says that many companies try to consolidate their IT in-house because they think it will save them time and money. While this tactic is effective for some companies, a larger and more complex organization often requires help. "In this company's case, outsourcing helped it significantly reduce costs and increase efficiencies across the brands," she says. "Working with a service provider made it possible to do this much more quickly and efficiently." Just because you have a provider partner doesn't mean you can just turn the keys over to them. Robinson says any company going through a transformation should be whole-heartedly involved in the process. "Companies should work closely with the provider organization to help them truly understand and share their vision for what they want their newly transformed organization to look like," says Robinson.


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