Value Chain Management

Helping businesses create and preserve value through integrated tax and operational efficiencies

Brett Weaver

Brett Weaver

ESG Tax Leader, KPMG US

+1 206-913-6697

Brian Higgins

Brian Higgins

Principal, Advisory/Customer and Operations, KPMG US

+1 312-665-8363

Take an integrated, business-led approach to value chain management

Faced with evolving customer behaviors, new and unexpected technologies, and shifting regulatory and tax policies, disruption is becoming business as usual. In response, companies are reevaluating both their value chains and operating models to better understand the ways in which disruption may be affecting how they can and should deliver business value.

KPMG’s multidisciplinary service helps businesses identify, assess, and execute business model improvements which can produce greater business profitability and cash flow. Because we align strategic tax, trade and treasury knowledge with experienced operational and financial thinking, we help clients look at the big picture and plan a business-led response to the disrupted global landscape.

Sustainability and the Evolving Value Chain

Value chains continue to evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of the customers, the role of digital transformation across the organization, and the overall impacts of the rapidly changing geopolitical and tax/regulatory framework. This article focuses on sustainability and how companies' evolving ESG practices demonstrate their ability to continue to create value.

Supply Chain of the Future
COVID -19 has exposed companies to weaknesses in their supply chain. As a result, companies are re-evaluating their existing supply chains and looking to build future ready supply chains that drive financial benefits by being more dynamic, digitally driven, scalable, and resilient.
Cybersecurity in a Digitizing World
Digital technologies are rapidly transforming the operating model of every company in every industry. As a result, Cybersecurity has increased prominence in the value chain today than in the past.
Connected Commerce
Operating models built around digitally-enabled technologies can create substantial operational and financial benefits as companies transition to a customer-centric future.
Digitial Transformation
Digital technologies are rapidly transforming the value chain of every company in every industry. Without a doubt, the future is digital, and it will touch everything a company does.
KPMG U.S. Global Employment Models
KPMG Value Chain Management professionals developed global employment models as a framework to assist companies in the evaluation and quantification of certain tax effects of a more remote or distributed work environment.
Crisis Management Analytical Framework
The KPMG Value Chain Management practice has developed a crisis management framework that can assist companies and their CMTs idenify where value and liquidity opportunities exist as well as help prioritize actions for implmentation.

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The Misalignment of CbC Reporting and Value in Modern Business
In this article, the authors examine country-by-country reporting, highlighting potential audit risks, misuses, and misunderstandings associated with it, and they offer some suggestions on ways taxpayers can address and potentially mitigate audit risk and related tax exposure stemming from their CbC reporting positions.
Covid-19 Disruptions in the Life Sciences Industry
Insights highlighting Tax, Trade, and Value Chain considerations in a post COVID-19 environment
Transfer Pricing’s Brave New World
Practical guide summarizing recent important developments in transfer pricing and practical considerations for multinational entities