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Electronics, Software & Services 

Whether leveraging IP, extracting additional value from consolidation and acquisition or refining financial processes, KPMG's Electronics, Software & Services group can help you tackle the tough problems. Each day across the world, KPMG helps companies like yours address the opportunities and risks that change brings.

Contact us

Malcolm Downes

Malcolm Downes

Partner - Audit and Consumer & Industrial Markets

+64 9 367 5851

Going Social

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Social media has become a business imperative with more than 70% of organizations operating around the world now active on social media.

We have the experience, resources, and skills to help you address issues such as:

  • software license management
  • consolidation
  • outsourcing
  • changing revenue and distribution models. 

How KPMG can help

From M&A and transfer pricing to digital content and identity access management, our team of audit, tax and business advisory professionals bring practical experience to advise on key issues concerning our clients.
 
We provide a comprehensive range of audit, accounting, tax, finance and other professional services to the following industry sectors:
 
Electronics
  • manufacture
  • supply and distribution of communications equipment
  • consumer and industrial electronics devices
  • computer equipment and semiconductors.
 
Software and IT Services
  • software development and distribution 
  • IT consulting services
  • internet and e-Business activities. 

Current trends

In a sector driven by fast-growth, the emergence of non-traditional competitors and markets challenge established electronics, software and service business models.

 
Structural shifts likely to have long term impact include the:
  • increasing complexity of software bundles
  • high manufacturing costs faced by semiconductor companies
  • continuing consolidation among telecom equipment manufacturers.

Clarity in the Cloud: Business adoption

Clarity in the Cloud
The survey examines three different perspectives with regard to the adoption of cloud and provides insight into the forces shaping the cloud market.