Many tax departments are grappling with complex compliance and reporting requirements, complicated data manipulation and manual processes that create risk. Adding to these challenges are limited resources with the capacity to help with strategic tax planning, as well as a lack of collaboration with finance and other business functions. The result can be inefficiencies across the organization.
Our tax reporting and strategy practice helps tax departments take a closer look at their key assets, including people, processes, data and technology. You’ll see tax from a new angle so you can redesign, redefine and redeploy tax to be a strategic asset across the enterprise.
Tax reporting always has been a core competency within the Tax function. Previous efforts to enhance tax reporting processes by moving beyond spreadsheets and isolated solutions have resulted in noticeable improvements. But the current environment requires further action to bolster the efficiency and functionality of these processes to increase value and improve readiness.
Tax reporting processes must incorporate increased automation, better integrated data and processes, more analytic capabilities, technology-savvy tax professionals and solid internal controls. These improvements will enable the Tax function to deliver better quality output in less time, creating capacity to contribute more strategically to organizational decision-making.
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Now is the time for Tax functions to expand their capabilities to the next generation of enterprise analytical tools and approaches. We are committed to helping your company develop the Tax Function of the Future by leveraging technologies and business solutions to bridge the gap between their current capabilities and the future reality.
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