Entering a New Era: The Future of Corporate Tax Management
In the last few years, many corporate tax teams have been facing greater scrutiny from tax authorities and heightened operational risks even as they fall behind in adopting technology that could tackle these challenges. Technological, regulatory, and operational demands, as well as unforeseeable disruptions, have made it harder for corporate tax professionals to do their already difficult jobs.
The tough, high-stakes job of tax management at complex, multinational companies have become increasingly challenging. Many global companies are ill-equipped to meet these demands because their tax data are decentralised and stored in siloed systems dispersed around the organisation and the globe.
How can tax departments keep up with the demands, navigate disruptions, minimise operational risks, and deliver more value to the company?
In this special report, industry experts strengthen the case for investing in technologies needed to move tax professionals beyond routine data wrangling and compliance work and deliver valued analysis, insights, and guidance to their companies.
- Digital disruptions
- Regulatory demands
- Heightened risk management
- Partnering with internal stakeholders
- Data management
- Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
- Artificial intelligence