KPMG and Coupa

The procure-to-pay (P2P) process is notorious for tying up significant amounts of capital that could otherwise be invested in growing the business. Manual procurement processes, lengthy management approvals, reconciliations, and payment cycles, and a general lack of integration with other business processes and systems can create inefficiencies and high transaction costs. Furthermore, a lack of management visibility into these processes can inhibit effective supplier management, weaken spending controls, and limit the benefits of strategic sourcing.


KPMG’s alliance with Coupa enhances our ability to help clients transform their procure-to-pay processes to add strategic value, reduce costs and improve free cash flow. We provide process consulting and implementation services for enterprise customers who are implementing Coupa’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based P2P platform. Our teams aid in rapid implementation, drive user adoption and provide post implementation support. KPMG’s extensive experiences in the Procure-to-Pay process, technology integration, and organizational change management are tailored to meet each client’s specific needs. Our innovative procurement solutions allow the procurement function to play a more strategic role in an organization - transforming the purchasing team from a transaction-focused group to a true business partner that delivers value and innovation across the enterprise.


Together, KPMG and Coupa help increase process efficiencies while reducing costs. Through our alliance, we enable organizations to realize the benefits of a user-friendly procurement application that encourages adoption, increases management oversight and enables greater visibility into corporate spending.


As a leading implementer of procurement technology solutions, KPMG draws upon extensive industry knowledge and deep domain experience to help clients develop a sustainable competitive advantage in the procurement space. Our approach delivers tangible benefits focused on targeted P2P improvements as well as broader procurement transformations.


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Auditor independence

KPMG complies with the auditor independence rules of the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and DOL. As a result, certain alliance-based solutions cannot be offered by KPMG to our audit clients. KPMG audit clients should check with their respective lead audit partner for more information.

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Matt Bishop

Samir Khushalani

Americas Practice Leader – Procurement & Operations Advisory

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