KPMG LLP has acquired the business and technology consulting firm, Zanett Commercial Solutions. Terms of the deal were undisclosed.

The new addition broadens the depth of KPMG's technology-enablement solutions which help clients improve performance, maximize revenue and manage risk as they transform their business.

Founded in 1992, Zanett Commercial Solutions is headquartered in Cincinnati, with offices in Jacksonville, Fla., and Indianapolis. The company is an Oracle Platinum Partner with strong solutions across the Oracle platform, and deep experience in healthcare, state and local, manufacturing as well as other industries. This acquisition will allow KPMG to deliver leading healthcare technology solutions to enhance patient care and outcomes that accelerate the path to meaningful use of electronic health records.

The Zanett transaction is the third acquisition of an Oracle solutions provider since 2011 for KPMG. In October 2011, the firm acquired Optimum Solutions to help clients use technology to transform key operations, including Human Capital Management, finance and accounting, business intelligence and supply chain management. In March 2013, KPMG acquired the Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) practice of The Hackett Group to expand the firm's ERP capabilities and Oracle consulting services.

In February 2014, KPMG acquired Cynergy Systems, Inc., to help businesses leverage digital and mobile technologies to enhance customer engagement and enterprise mobility. In December 2013, KPMG expanded its data and analytics capabilities to help clients drive growth and increase customer loyalty through the use of big data with the acquisition of Link Analytics.

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