Tokio Marine Kiln digitises finance and HR

International insurer Tokio Marine Kiln (TMK) has partnered with Accenture to help transform its finance and HR functions in the UK and Singapore by digitising and consolidating several of its systems.

Before the partnership, the company’s HR, payroll, finance, and procurement functions were split across multiple systems and heavily relied on manual input.

TMK’s employees can now complete, record, and track more quickly and accurately.

“TMK is driving an exciting strategy of system and process change to deliver a new target operating model, of which Workday is a key element,” said Nick Hutton-Penman, TMK’s deputy CEO. “TMK selected Accenture to ensure strong delivery across our London and Singapore offices, whilst drawing on Accenture’s London market experience.”

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