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Short Take: KPMG in e-commerce partnership

KPMG's New Zealand consulting division has partnered with Brocker Technology to jointly implement a business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce product called Supercession. Brocker said it will supply the B2B software and expertise and KPMG will provide integration and implementation services for Supercession customers. Brocker's Supercession is an e-commerce application that integrates with the PeopleSoft back-end system that houses a company's financial, manufacturing and human resources systems. Supercession is designed for small to medium-size businesses, the companies said.

KPMG's New Zealand consulting division has partnered with Brocker Technology to jointly implement a business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce product called Supercession. Brocker said it will supply the B2B software and expertise and KPMG will provide integration and implementation services for Supercession customers. Brocker's Supercession is an e-commerce application that integrates with the PeopleSoft back-end system that houses a company's financial, manufacturing and human resources systems. Supercession is designed for small to medium-size businesses, the companies said.