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Webinar: A closer look at VAT cloud compliance solutions

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A closer look at VAT cloud compliance solutions (June 22, 2pm BST)

ITR and Vertex Inc will host a live webinar on Tuesday, June 22 to discuss how global businesses can automate their compliance processes using tax technology.



Register here for ITR’s webinaron VAT cloud compliance solutions

In association with Vertex Inc, the live webinar will take place on June 22 at 2pm BST (3pm CEST / 9am EDT).

Given today’s trends of real time reporting, authorities increasingly require more granular data when filing reports – and there is a real need to collate, validate and submit accurate information in the right format. 

A manual spreadsheet-based approach to preparing VAT/GST filings is labour-intensive, with an increased chance of errors, missed deadlines and potential penalties. Likewise, companies who manage VAT/GST compliance manually in-house face growing costs to keep up with the changing compliance requirements. There could be a tailor-made solution.

Join Vertex Inc’s Ellen Van Daal and Thermo Fisher Scientific's Daan Jansen on a webinar to learn more about: 

  • How global businesses can automate their compliance processes using tax technology;

  • How Vertex VAT Cloud Compliance solution can help analyse, validate and transform your data into actual electronic submission to the tax authorities; and to

  • View a live demo of the solution.

The webinar at 2pm BST (3pm CEST / 9am EDT) will be moderated by ITR’s Prin Shasiharan. The webinar will be followed by a Q&A session.

Register here for the webinar on June 22 2021.

Ellen Van Daal


Sales engineer

Vertex Inc

LinkedIn profile

Ellen Van Daal has spent over 13 years in the tax and tax technology world. She started her career at Ernst & Young Netherlands, where she focused on assisting multinationals with their tax compliance and reporting needs. She later moved to an in-house tax function at a US-headquartered company, where she was responsible for their tax compliance and reporting globally (outside US). 

Within Vertex, Ellen works with partners and customers to help them focus on the growth of their business.

Daan Jansen


Senior manager

Thermo Fisher Scientific

LinkedIn profile

Daan Jansen is a senior manager in indirect tax at Thermo Fisher Scientific. He has over 19 years’ experience in tax. 

In his current role, Daan is spearheading the initiative to digitally transform the tax function and standardise compliance processes through the use of tax technology. Daan has worked in various global companies including Philips, advising on VAT strategy and process improvements to enhance compliance.


Prin Shasiharan


Senior commercial editor


LinkedIn profile


Prin Shasiharan drives thought leadership with global tax advisors for ITR’s insight projects, in addition to managing contributions from partner firms. He has hosted and moderated high-level events involving eminent tax practitioners. He also manages commercial collaborations for other Euromoney brands including The Deal, Managing IP and IFLR.

Prin has experience in tax compliance, financial crime and regulatory roles, and has previously worked for international organisations including the United Nations and the Council of Europe.

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