Matthew Cunneen joins RSM as a partner in Sydney office

02 November 2021 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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RSM has appointed a new partner in its Data & Analytics practice: Matthew Cunneen. 

“We are excited to welcome Matthew to RSM. Our clients are increasingly turning to us to identify ways to explore the potential of data that they are collecting in the digital environment that we operate in,” said Anthony Smith, Managing Partner of RSM’s office in Sydney, where Cunneen is based. 

Cunneen brings close to three decades of experience in information technology to the accounting and advisory firm, with a focus on data management and intelligent analytics. Prior to joining RSM, he spent the past three years as head of the Data Management practice of Decision Inc (formerly ABM Systems).

Matthew Cunneen joins RSM as a partner in Sydney office

Before that, he was at Satsuma Solutions for twenty years, a company he founded in 1999 and sold to Decision Inc in the summer of 2018. Satsuma Solutions specialised in web development, systems integration, mobility and business intelligence solutions for medium to large organisations. 

“Matthew has significant experience designing and developing leading technology solutions for companies. His track record, which includes an in depth understanding of the requirements of both IT and the business, will be well-received by businesses that need help with their data challenges and making sense of the current state of data chaos,” said Smith. 

Having joined the firm on the 1st of October, Cunneen said that he looks back at a “very warm welcome by all RSM’ers I have met so far”. 

“Being the IT person surrounded by an organisation full of smart accountants, auditors, tax experts, risk experts, business advisors, corporate finance experts and the like is quite the challenge, but it is one that I am very excited about. I am looking forward to working with the team at RSM to deliver data & analytics to their clients.” 

According to a recent report from RSM, small and mid-sized companies can harness the power of analytics to become more competitive, both in their front-office as well as back-office.