A different working experience

Take a closer look at the KPMG Powered Execution Suite (PES). Using the Powered Execution Suite on a Powered Enterprise functional transformation project creates a different working experience for all stakeholders. For many organizations, project delivery can be a very complex challenge, exacerbated by barriers to collaboration including communication over e-mail, recording important project information on static files, version control issues, multiple systems to store project data, and the extra labor of associated maintenance.

PES seeks to significantly improve the project delivery experience through enhanced communication. Instead of working alone offline on static files, you can collaborate directly with team members on project content held in the cloud. Instead of tracking approvals over e-mail, you can experience the reliability of consistent processes supported by workflow and digital sign-off. And instead of the high overhead effort of manual reconciliation, you can enjoy the benefits of real-time updates and consolidated reporting.

In the past, your teams may have been burdened by barriers to collaboration and information sharing. With PES, your project can find new efficiencies and an enhanced collaborative working experience that reduces risk and leads to a more successful outcome.

What is the KPMG Powered Execution Suite?

Powered Execution Suite (PES) is an integrated, pre-configured set of methods supported by tools that KPMG engagement teams use to better manage the delivery of a Powered Enterprise business transformation alongside client team members.

The cloud-based, pre-configured, integrated suite of tools is designed to accelerate program setup and execution, foster transparency, and reduce risk in your Powered Enterprise business function transformation engagement.

What's included?

PES contains the overarching Powered method framework (an organized approach to delivering a Powered Enterprise solution) and a collection of pre-defined templates, delivery assets, and workflows that reflect what is needed for a particular function, cloud platform, and target operating model.

PES is highly valuable in supporting the scale and complexity of KPMG Powered Enterprise projects and guides your execution in all key areas of project delivery:

Capability required Supporting PES methods and capabilities
Project Management

Scope management

Schedule management

Engagement management

Deliverable management

Managing Change

Stakeholder management

Change impact assessment

Training and development

Target Operating Model (TOM) Validation

TOM reference models

Validation workshops

Client-specific deviations to TOM

MoSCoW Prioritization (Must have, Should have, Could have, or Won’t have)

Client’s Powered solution definition

Tracking / traceability

Configuration and Development Management

Configuration tracking

Functional specifications and technical designs

Development and integrations tracking

Source code version control

Unit testing

Release package

Test and Defect Management

Powered test repository

Testing event planning

Test execution


Defect tracking and resolution


The Powered Execution Suite is focused on making your Powered Enterprise functional transformation a success. Managing change is one of the biggest challenges that organizations face on their way to becoming more agile and customer-focused. For most organizations, functional change is complex and choosing a new technology platform is only part of the effort. Leading teams through change is as important as the business processes and technical solution.

PES is designed to support our joint teams to better manage the implementation, taking into account the comprehensive target operating model and relevant technology platform.

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What’s in the box?

Powered Enterprise provides you with three integrated elements for transformational success. Using our tried and tested operating model, implementation suite of tools and ongoing evolution services you can choose your desired functional outcomes then make them a reality.