PwC set to become OpenAI’s biggest reseller

Alex Omenye
Alex Omenye

PwC will become the largest customer and first reseller of OpenAI’s enterprise product as part of a new deal, the accounting giant announced on Wednesday.

This move underscores the growing trend of businesses adopting and capitalizing on generative artificial intelligence.

PwC plans to roll out ChatGPT Enterprise, a specialized version of the AI startup’s chatbot designed for large corporations. The firm will provide ChatGPT Enterprise to its 75,000 employees in the U.S. and 26,000 employees in the UK, according to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported the agreement.

“We are actively engaged in generative AI with over 95% of UK and US consulting client accounts, alongside discussing the use and implications of AI with many of our audit clients,” PwC stated.

However, the company did not disclose the financial terms of the deal or specifics about its plans to resell the AI product.

PwC has been developing custom GPTs to assist employees with tasks such as reviewing tax returns and generating dashboards and reports. The OpenAI agreement builds upon PwC’s previously announced plans to invest $1 billion in generative AI technology.

OpenAI has been expanding its enterprise customer base beyond Microsoft. In April, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman hosted hundreds of executives from Fortune 500 companies in San Francisco, New York, and London, where he and other executives pitched AI services for corporate use, sometimes competing directly with Microsoft.

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