KPMG and Thomson Reuters Webcast 

Global Next – The future for SAP and tax engines

The state of ERP integration for indirect tax



Thursday, October 10, 2013 | 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. EDT


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KPMG and Thomson Reuters invite you to a joint Webcast on the opportunities presented by the next generation of indirect tax engine capability for global SAP users.


Up until now, tax engine integration to global SAP has been constrained by technology limitations. Our panel will highlight new and progressive ideas for managing indirect taxes in North America and globally that can help you improve accuracy and compliance as well as accelerate implementation speed. A few of the new features you’ll learn about include:

  • Removing the limitation of the SAP 2-character tax code
  • Max tax and tiered tax on invoices
  • Detailed visibility of taxes calculated in SAP, including authority descriptions
  • Eliminating need for jurisdiction codes and maintenance
  • Automating VAT business processes in SAP
  • Reducing cost of configuration, policy control, and ongoing maintenance.

We hope you will join the discussion as we explore the state of ERP integration for indirect tax, and introduce technology that advances tax engine capability to the next frontier globally.


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Agenda

Introduction

Stephen James – Principal, indirect tax. KPMG LLP

Market insights: Indirect tax survey

Niren Saldanha – Managing director, Indirect Tax. KPMG LLP

Challenges of ERP integration
and managing indirect tax in SAP

Iain Macintosh – Partner, indirect tax. KPMG in the United Kingdom
Geof Gajes – Senior manager, indirect tax. KPMG LLP

Next generation SAP solution: Tax interface features
and demonstration

Stefan Blumer, Senior director. ONESOURCE indirect tax, Thomson Reuters

Q&A

Stephen James

 




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