Migrating to SAP S/4 HANA – An opportunity to improve collaboration between IT and Tax

Webinar - On-Demand

The migration to SAP S/4 HANA holds significant implication for many business processes including tax. For opportunistic organizations, this project can provide a unique optimisation opportunity for both tax and IT to address longstanding challenges of tax compliance. And at same time, build a modern platform that supports the inherent complexity of tax management that involves multiple jurisdictions, product groups and frequent changes in legislation, tax customisations, and condition records.

This webinar will help you:

  • Regain control over indirect tax processes and harmonise settings, controls, and processes globally
  • Leverage the tax automation  capabilities in SAP S/4 HANA to improve accuracy and efficiency across your tax and IT processes
  • Understand where and how a tax engine can support your creation of a modern tax platform
  • Provide practical tips to increase VAT accuracy, efficiency, and reduce audit risk

MEET THE AUTHORS

Roger Lindelauf Vertex Inc.
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Roger has over 30 years’ experience working as an SAP VAT architect and senior consultant to large multinational companies such as, Philips NV, Essent Trading International, Shell NV and Meridian Global VAT services.

Roger has acquired strong experience in international VAT, SAP, understanding business requirements and working with VAT automation solutions to translate highly complex business requirements into sustainable, future proof tax technology solutions.

Peter Boerhof Vertex Inc.
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Peter Boerhof is the VAT Director for Vertex. In his role he provides insight and thought leadership regarding the impact of tax regulations, policy, enforcement and emerging technology trends in global tax. Peter has extensive experience in international transactions, business restructuring, tax process optimization and tax automation. Prior to joining Vertex, Peter was responsible for leading the indirect tax function at AkzoNobel, where he designed and implemented a tax control framework, optimized VAT and managed the transition to a centralized tax operating model for global tax processes. He was also responsible for indirect tax planning and compliance for merger and acquisition, supply chain and ERP projects, as well as the implementation of tax automation initiatives like tax engines and robotics. Peter also worked at KPN Royal Dutch Telecom managing VAT, as well as Big Four accounting firms Deloitte and Ernst & Young (EY) advising on VAT compliance and optimization processes.