KPMG acquires Seattle consultancy firm The Arnold Group – GeekWire


U.S. tax, audit and advisory firm KPMG has acquired The Arnold Group, a Seattle-based strategy consultancy that works with B2B technology companies.

Financial terms of the acquisition were not shared. KPMG will be bringing on 21 Arnold Group employees.

The 20-year-old Arnold Group specializes in go-to-market strategy development and clients include Amazon Web Services, F5, Tableau, Microsoft, Adobe and others.

KPMG said in a news release that The Arnold Group complements its existing services footprint “by bringing strategic capabilities in the commercial sales and revenue enhancement areas.”

Previously: KPMG takes minority interest in startup LumaTax in $2M funding round


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