David Cummins joins KPMG Technology Advisory as a partner

22 February 2021 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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KPMG Advisory has added a new partner to its technology consulting unit: David Cummins.

The 45-year-old joins from rival PwC, where he spent over a decade and was a partner in its Technology Advisory practice. He brings over 20 years of experience in digital, information technology and technology to KPMG.

Cummins’ areas of expertise are in enterprise and solution architecture, technology operating models, advanced analytic architectures, business case development, tech-driven transformation, and vendor sourcing and selection, with a focus on the financial services industry serving both large institutions and challenger banks.

David Cummins, Partner, KPMG

Most recently, he focused on projects geared at process digitisation, enhancing core banking solutions and customer experience platforms as well as lending and broker platforms, and the adoption of emerging technologies including artificial intelligence and advanced analytics. 

Cummins in addition has experience working for clients in the federal government, health and retail sectors, specifically focusing on technology strategy and operating models. Earlier in his career, he worked as an Information Solutions Manager at The Frame Group, as a Consultant at Cisco and a small software consultancy, and as an Architect at Copyright Agency.

He works out of KPMG’s Sydney office, one of the firm’s thirteen hubs throughout the country. Nationally, the firm generates $1.9 billion in revenues. 

Last month, KPMG’s Technology Advisory practice also added Canberra-based Sally Coulston to its partnership.