Why a Global Tax Compliance Strategy is a Critical Component to Your SAP S/4HANA Migration Plans

When considering or planning a migration path to SAP S/4HANA, organizations need to cover all aspects of their tax engine and processes. When moving toward a centralized, next-generation enterprise software solution, businesses will want to enhance data equality and reallocate resources to core business functions in order to reap the full benefits of innovation. How can an organization ensure that their SAP S/4HANA migration will future-proof processes while maintaining a regional approach to tax compliance? Attend this session to learn how to complement your SAP S/4HANA goals by:
- Adopting a global, cloud-based tax compliance strategy that better prepares you to support and defend audit inquiries while reducing the manual burden on your IT team
- Making tax a priority in your migration, adopting a proactive approach to regulation and compliance in order to focus on more important, revenue-generating activities
- Driving inefficiencies out of supply chain while reallocating resources to core business functions

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Tim Roden Sovos
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Tim Roden is the Manager of Sales Engineering for the Tax Determination Line of Business at Sovos. He and his group specialize in solving complex business and systems challenges around Indirect Tax for Global and Enterprise businesses. Tim has been providing expertise in these areas for Sovos since 2014. Prior to his time at Sovos, Tim worked as a Senior Solutions Engineer for ACI Worldwide, supporting SaaS-based electronic payment solutions for Global and Regional Financial Institutions. Tim holds a B.A. in History from Wake Forest University.

Oscar Caicedo Sovos
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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.