EY appoints ex-KPMG advisor György Sallai

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György Sallai joins EY as director responsible for technology and risk-analysis services, having previously worked for rival Big Four company KPMG for more than a decade, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

György Sallai

"Increasing efficiency is the greatest challenge companies face nowadays," says the freshly appointed Sallai. "Robots execute increasingly complex tasks, therefore it is of key importance that companies start and maintain the development of their processes as early as possible, in addition to automating the core of their business services."

Coming from an IT engineering background, Sallai is specialized in the automotive industry, financial sector, telecommunication, and the oil and gas industries. He will also be responsible for services related to digitalization, robotics, and intelligent automation.

Over the course of his career, he has headed several IT management, quality insurance, outsourcing, system implementation, auditing, and planning projects.

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