Tax Engines and ERPs
What technology to adopt for indirect tax to deliver the most value
As the global indirect tax evolves and the revenue authorities continue to review their activities, today's organisations need tax technology that can deliver value at the speed of business transactions, whilst ensuring accuracy and compliance without burdening internal teams.
As a transaction-based tax, indirect tax touches every area of the enterprise. It is critical to ensure that the finance environment has sufficient controls to capture data accurately and report indirect tax downstream. So when choosing an software solution, which is best? Your native ERP or an integrated tax engine? The answer depends on your organisation. This whitepaper will help you understand if and when a tax engine is right for you.
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In this whitepaper…
We’ll weigh up the cost-benefits of ERPs and Tax Engines:
- An ERP-centred approach to managing indirect tax: What are the challenges?
- When standalone tax projects fail to gain funding
- What happens when tax requirements are often missed in an ERP scope
- 5 ways a tax engine mitigates risks and delivers business value
- Case study: How a Orica simplified indirect tax with a tax engine
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