With the acquisition, KPMG becomes Canada’s first accounting firm to offer all of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM). Ledjit’s client base which includes a variety of multi-national corporations will benefit from KPMG’s depth and breadth of Advisory knowledge and skills.
“The addition of Ledjit professionals and their e-discovery skills positions KPMG as a leading Advisor to corporations and law firms on how to proactively manage records from creation to destruction, and in the course of litigation and investigation. We are building on our ability to deliver strategies that enable organizations to become more efficient and effective in all sectors,” said Bill Thomas, CEO and Senior Partner of KPMG.
Information management, like records retention, is becoming a significant focus for major organizations and KPMG is building a a niche in bridging this gap. In combination with recent acquisitions, this transaction continues to position KPMG as a leader in helping organizations transform their business operations and achieve their strategies.
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