KPMG Develops "c-business" Activities Through New Partnership

Big Five firm KPMG has announced a new partnership with California-based Intraspect Software, Inc. to provide and resell knowledge management services.

Intraspect is a provider of "c-business" (collaborative-business) solutions in Web-based collaboration tools, and will work with KPMG to help market the Intraspect Knowledge Server, along with other services to help the business community.

The new venture is part of KPMG's overall business strategy in delivering online solutions to its client base. KPMG also contributed, along with other companies, $11.5 million in investments in Intraspect.

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