TAX & ACCOUNTING
Addressing global trade and indirect tax compliance challenges through technology
Managing global trade and indirect tax compliance efficiently can be a challenging and demanding process. Key stumbling blocks are the volume, variety and velocity of data involved – not to mention staying up to speed on all the regulatory developments and geopolitical events that impact cross-border trade and tax decisions.
This article explores how businesses can:
- Manage global trade in an unpredictable environment
- Stay up-to-date with changing tax reforms
- Factors impacting burdensome tasks in global trade and tax functions
- Role of technoloy to simplfy and automate tasks within these functions
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