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Vertex, Inc. is a trusted global provider of indirect tax software and solutions. The company’s mission is to deliver the most trusted tax technology enabling global businesses to transact, comply and grow with confidence. Vertex provides cloud-based and on-premise solutions that serve specific industries for every major line of indirect tax, including sales and consumer use, value added and payroll. Headquartered in North America, and with offices in South America and Europe, Vertex employs over 1,100 professionals and serves companies across the globe.

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This video provides an overview of the Vertex tax integration for SAP Ariba. In the world of procurement, let tax own tax with a trusted technology solution designed to reduce risk and increase efficiency in the P2P process.
A powerful connector enabling communication between your ERP system and Vertex to calculate precise sales, use, and value added tax on every transaction.
Through a quick and simple integration we automate sales, use, and value added tax calculation for the SAP Commerce Cloud customer. Our solution calculates tax ensuring that each transaction immediately leverages the full calculation potential and powerful automation of Vertex.

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Centralize and streamline indirect tax management across the enterprise.
Save time and simplify tax with the industry’s most trusted web-based tax software for sales, use, and value added tax.

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Summit Electric Supply has been a Vertex customer since 2007, utilizing tax technology to remove the time-intensive, labor-intensive tasks associated with manually handling tax.
MetLife is one of the world’s largest financial services company, offering insurance, annuities, employee benefits, and asset management services with operations across the globe.

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New Business Models In An Ever-Changing Global Tax Landscape

As retail companies face the challenges of selling online, many quickly learn that they’re ill-equipped from a technology standpoint to overcome the challenges in front of them. These challenges include doing business on various platforms, expanding selling models, changing legislation, tax management, and varying customer experience. In this e-book, readers will learn more about the challenges and opportunities associated with global expansion.Access Now

Why Tax and IT Need to Work Together When Migrating to SAP S/4HANA

Alignment of the ERP landscape, such as a move to SAP S/4HANA, brings an opportunity for IT and tax departments to work together. This collaboration can ensure stellar optimization of the technology, while the tax customizations are not forgotten about. Download our white paper to see how the IT and tax team can work together to enable business growth, increase compliance and efficiency, all while ensuring a smooth rollout for IT. 

7 Reasons to Add a Tax Engine for VAT Determination

The manual process of tax research and updating each transactional finance system can be a significant cause of VAT error, and a strain on in-house tax and IT resources. Manual processes can be never-ending due to company and geographic expansion, merger and acquisitions, new ERP systems, sales channels, and more. In this white paper, read about seven reasons why your company should make the switch to a tax engine.

8 Reasons for Compliance Reporting

In this white paper, readers can learn how VAT reporting can help your business grow with confidence. While VAT reporting can often be time-consuming and demanding of niche knowledge, tax technology can simplify the process. Download our white paper to learn more about how automating your VAT reporting can enhance processes to meet today’s VAT filing requirements.

Trust the Experts When It Comes to Tax Technology Integration- White Paper

Many B2B organizations use multiple platforms within their technology stack such as CRM, e-commerce, point-of-sale, and many others. When introducing a tax technology solution into the mix, the complexities of the integration could disrupt day-to-day business processes. Read this white paper to learn the importance of working with an experienced tax technology vendor that has the expertise, deep partnerships with application vendors, and integrations that are tested, certified, and fully supported.

Tax Automation 101: When and Why Should My Business Automate?

As mid-size organizations scale, tasks such as sales and use tax calculation and remittance become more complex and time-consuming. The use of automation can ease the burden of manually calculating and tracking compliance with sales and use tax regulations. This e-book will help you determine if your organization is ready for a tax automation solution and illustrate the benefits that can be achieved.

Trust The Best In Tax Compliance Software

FeaturedCustomers, a leading customer reference platform for B2B business software and services, analyzed market leaders in the tax software industry and reported on their findings. They evaluated all vendors based on data from their customer reference platform, market presence, web presence, social media presence as well as additional data aggregated from online sources and media properties.  Vertex was awarded best in category for tax compliance software. Read the full report to learn more about the methodology, and how exactly the vendors stack up against each other.

All the Right Moves: How Vertex Eases the Tax Risks of SAP S/4HANA Migrations

WhitepaperAs companies migrate from SAP ECC to SAP S/4HANA, they will need to consider the impact on the different parts of the organization to ensure a successful implementation. Finance, tax, and IT teams need to work collaboratively to identify the requirements, scope, and cost of the transition to set the proper expectations on how the change(s) will impact the rest of the business. When overseeing the S/4HANA migration, it is vital to communicate early and often with key stakeholders to successfully navigate the implementation process.  In this white paper, learn about best practices used around your tax solution in your SAP S/4HANA migration.Access Now

How to Conduct a Reverse Sales and Use Tax Audit

As state and local taxing jurisdictions continue to expand their definitions of nexus, companies are at a greater risk than ever of failing to comply with sales and use tax reporting requirements where they do business. View this webinar to learn how to conduct a reverse audit and why it is one of the best ways to mitigate a sales and use tax audit.  


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