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4 steps to evaluating tax technology

Technology is constantly in motion. If you’re not moving forward, you’re moving backward.

Regulatory complexity, growing globalization, increased scrutiny, and internal pressures continue to burden tax departments worldwide. This, coupled with the outcomes of the pandemic has increased demand for digital services and sent technology innovation into hyperdrive.

The drivers for discussions around tax technology are becoming more prevalent due to regulations that are in flux and the growing demand for digital services. Furthermore, the constantly changing tax landscape continues to raise the standards for businesses to ensure that their operations and technology support processes are running smoothly, while also providing value and limiting global risk.

Our latest eBook provides insight into the biggest challenges concerning compliance and reporting, and what this means for the modern tax professional. Download our eBook to help guide you through the 4 Steps to Evaluating Tax Technology: 

  • Step 1: Assess your processes and technology landscape
  • Step 2: Map relationships and understand your tax technology
  • Step 3: Group Issues and identify patterns
  • Step 4: Collaboration with different teams – goals, risks and roadblocks

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