Tax & Tariff Management

Increasing global regulation as well as the high rate of change of tariffs is challenging compliance initiatives. Content in this category will look at the key trends and issues in tax, such as the impact of Brexit, increased e-commerce, and the expanding global requirements around the digitization around tax. We’ll look at how organizations are using SAP’s core functionality to support tax calculation and compliance but also how third-party tax automation and services fit into the mix.

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  1. SAP

    SAP stands for Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing (Anwendungen und Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung in German). SAP was founded in 1972 in Walldorf, Germany and now has offices around the world. SAP is the market leader in enterprise application software, helping companies of all sizes and in all industries run at their best: 77% of the world’s transaction revenue touches an SAP system. Our machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), and advanced analytics technologies help turn customers’ businesses into intelligent enterprises.

  2. Building the Intelligent Tax Function on SAP: Developing a Compelling Business Case

    Developing a robust business case is a key foundation of a successful SAP S/4HANA program. Finance functions are under significant pressure to deliver enhanced business insight and reduce costs – leveraging an S/4 investment is therefore a major component to the overall program business case. However, many companies are missing a critical component – consideration…
  3. How does Edge Computing Unlock New Opportunities for Your Organization?

    How does Edge Computing Unlock New Opportunities for Your Organization?

    Advances in technology, through automated, cloud-based solutions, have liberated tax, IT, and finance professionals from a multitude of software related, administrative tasks. Tasks like monitoring, coding, testing, and re-deploying changes to software, any time an update is made, taking valuable time away from needed resources. While cloud-based solutions host a variety of advantages, there are…
  4. Vertex Case Study with Ingram Micro

    Ingram Micro, a distributor of information technology products and services, has been relying on SAP and Vertex solutions to meet its unique business and tax department needs. Ingram Micro implemented Vertex O Series On-Demand for North America several years ago and since then, has worked towards deploying Vertex for their tax process automation globally. The…
  5. Why the Modern Tax Team Should Have a Seat at the Table

    The post-pandemic business landscape demands CFOs, and their tax teams evolve beyond routine tax functions, to deliver strategic value for their organizations. Globalization, digitalization, and sustainability are accelerating and requires organizations and government entities to engage continuously. C-suite decision makers now must lean on tax leaders to help comprehend the business impact of these engagements.…
  6. Top Indirect Tax Compliance Considerations for Modern Businesses Running on SAP

    Top Indirect Tax Compliance Considerations for Modern Businesses Running on SAP

    There is a critical component to running a business, one that changes all the time – country, state, and jurisdictional tax rates, rules, and statutes. These time-consuming, non-revenue generation tasks keep businesses from focusing on growth and profitability. With the right automated tax solution, your team can focus on the path to modernization and gain…
  7. Keynote | Taxation on the Horizon: Key Regulations and Industry Shifts

    Keynote | Taxation on the Horizon: Key Regulations and Industry Shifts

    Major regulatory demands are aiming to encourage real time transactions and business activities.  The foundations of the current tax systems were built a century ago to address the changes of the Second Industrial Revolution. Historically, tax systems have been developed to reflect the cost optimization strategies defining industries during the 20th century. Maintaining tax accuracy requires…
  8. SAP S/4HANA: What are the Tax Implications?

    SAP S/4HANA: What are the Tax Implications?

    Organizations face tremendous pressure to operate with more agility and speed to survive the current business climate. In response, many companies are making investments into intelligent technology systems to help reduce complexity and deliver valuable insights.  SAP S/4HANA leverages technology that allows for enhanced data management and can provide the foundation for transforming to your digital tax strategy. In this session you will: Define requirements and a roadmap for tax for the…
  9. E-invoicing and Tax Reporting: Latest Trends and Solutions to Enable Digital Compliance

    E-invoicing and Tax Reporting: Latest Trends and Solutions to Enable Digital Compliance

    As Tax Authorities accelerate digitalization trends and constantly raise the bar for compliance, the every-day challenges you face continue to evolve making quality of data and the need of best-in-class technology more important than ever. Join to discover the latest SAP’s offerings that help you to comply with all mandates, from for e-invoicing/e-documents to e-reporting…
  10. Building a Modern, Digital Tax Strategy for the Enterprise

    Building a Modern, Digital Tax Strategy for the Enterprise

    Companies managing disparate, outdated, and/or on-premise tax solutions face a high total cost of ownership due to the demands of an increasingly complex regulatory landscape driven by the digital transformation of governments worldwide. A key strategy to reduce total cost of ownership and increase scalability for future growth is to centralize tax solutions using cloud…