KPMG Australia snaps up mobile app dev house Love Agency

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KPMG Australia snaps up mobile app dev house Love Agency

KPMG Australia has snapped up Sydney-based UX, web and mobile app development house Love Agency for an undisclosed sum.

Founded in 2008, Love Agency specialises in enterprise and government solutions, including mobile app development, consulting, UX and UI design, digital branding, web development and managed services. The company counts Crown, St George Bank, and a handful of NSW government departments among its customer base.

“Love Agency has been a pioneering digital business for over 10 years, and we are excited to be welcoming them to KPMG," KPMG Australia chief executive Gary Wingrove said.

"The addition of Love Agency’s capabilities will provide greater scale for our fast-growing KPMG Digital Delta business and further enhance our market position as a global leader in delivering true enterprise-wide digital transformation.”

All 40 staff will be integrated with KPMG's specialists in digital strategy, AI, cognitive and machine learning, IoT and data analytics and modelling.

“Having spent the last decade researching and delivering customer-centric products in highly scalable enterprise environments, we are delighted to embark on the next phase of our journey," Love Agency co-founder Danny Housseas said.

"As part of KPMG, we’ll be able to bring together a broader set of digital capabilities, work with some of the smartest minds in the business and at a larger scale than previously possible. This will ensure our clients have the necessary support to achieve their transformation goals.”

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