KPMG, Classiq to Jointly Offer Quantum Business Solutions

Partnership aims to benefit financial services, automotive, pharma, energy, telecommunications and logistics verticals
Berenice Baker

April 6, 2023

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KPMG and Classiq aim to support clients to adopt quantum computing. Getty

Professional services enterprise KPMG is collaborating with quantum software company Classiq to make it easier for clients to explore quantum computing uses cases and develop a quantum capability.

The collaboration will target a range of industry verticals including financial services, automotive, pharma, energy, telecommunications and logistics.

KPMG’s global quantum hub aims to help organizations understand, adopt and use quantum technologies to drive business value. Classiq offers a platform for scalable quantum applications, optimization, analysis and execution.

Together they aim to help joint clients to deliver quantum projects efficiently and support them to develop their quantum expertise.

“By bringing together our expertise in quantum strategy, technology and client processes with Classiq’s cutting-edge quantum software platform, we will provide clients with innovative solutions that will help them drive business value through quantum computing,” said KPMG global quantum hub head Troels


“Classiq is committed to making quantum computing a scalable, accessible and powerful technology for enterprises,” said Classiq CEO Nir Minerbi. “We are excited to work with KPMG to help organizations adopt quantum technologies and drive real-world impact through the use of quantum computing.”

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