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KPMG buys software consulting firm

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New York -- KPMG has bought consulting firm Softline Consulting & Integrators for undisclosed terms. The acquisition adds more than 450 employees, almost doubling the work force of KPMG's SAP consulting unit, which installs software programs from SAP AG that help companies with accounting and other back-office operations. KPMG has about 500 people in its SAP unit. California-based Softline has about $100 million in revenue. (From Crain's New York Business.)
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