Companies don’t want to face the digital tax tsunami with disparate and antiquated AP automation systems that rely on manual workflow and document images, such as those invoices digitized through Optical Character Recognition (OCR) techniques, rather than end-to-end structured data. Managing AP also means ensuring all applicable tax requirements are met, including updates for country tax compliance mandates. SAP tax compliance is no afterthought. It is a critical component of any SAP shop’s implementation strategy, including the move to SAP S/4HANA. Attend this session to:
- Solve common AP automation challenges that occur when tax authorities require data at the transaction level
- Overcome supplier errors and AP system diversification
- Avoid costly AP-induced audits
- Ensure both compliance and data purity in AP e-invoicing processes
MEET THE EXPERTS
Oscar Caicedo’s electronic invoicing and middleware integration expertise stems from nearly 10 years of experience in the industry. For the past eight years, he has focused on Latin America compliance requirements – managing compliance updates and overall solution design for Global 2000 organizations. Prior to joining Sovos Compliance, Oscar served as director of client operations for Invoiceware International., where he managed professional services teams that implemented e-invoicing compliance solutions and market-leading cloud-based B2B platforms for over 100 global organizations.