Tax Insights: EY discuss the growth of tax technology in Asia
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Tax Insights: EY discuss the growth of tax technology in Asia

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ITR Asia Tax Awards winners Albert Lee and Jon Dobell of EY talk about the importance of tax technology at EY and the need for innovation in the area, in a podcast.

In this awards special edition of Tax Insights podcasts, ITR’s Commercial Editor Prin Shasiharan is joined by EY partners Albert Lee and Jon Dobell.

EY was recognised as the Tax Technology Firm of the Year at the ITR Asia Tax Awards in August 2020.

The partners discuss the key elements that gives the firm a competitive edge, outlining the importance of tax technology and innovation at EY through practical examples. This includes further insight into 'tax technologists', the EY Global Tax Platform, and solutions through the EY Tax Apps Market.

The partners also explain the challenges of tax functions during the COVID-19 pandemic, the rise of machine learning systems, and offer their thoughts on how dependency on technology will evolve in the coming years.



Recent articles by EY Asia-Pacific

Digitisation of tax authorities requires an intelligent tax function

Beyond COVID-19: Why agile tax operations are critical to recovery

How COVID-19 will transform tax departments

For the entire EY Asia-Pacific guide, see here.



You can find all ITR podcasts here.

For a complete list of winners from the ITR Asia Tax Awards, see here.

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