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Webinar: Indirect tax - simplifying through technology

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The live webinar will take place on November 17

ITR and Thomson Reuters hosted a webinar on November 17 to discuss how indirect tax challenges can be simplified through the use of technology.

 




 

 

Watch ITR’s webinar on using technology to solve indirect tax challenges

In association with Thomson Reuters, ITR hosted a live webinar on November 17 at 8am BST (London time) / 1.30pm (India time) / 4pm (Singapore time).

Keeping up with ever-changing global indirect tax laws as well as increase in digital reporting requirements and regular tax audits are becoming a challenge for indirect tax departments and may increase the risk of non-compliance. 

According to the Thomson Reuters State of Corporate Tax Report 2021, more than half of tax departments anticipate significant changes to regulatory requirements for indirect tax – more specifically on increased digitised tax filings and real-time remittance requirements. The approach to resourcing indirect tax work is either ‘predominantly’ or ‘completely’ in-house for seven-in-ten corporate tax departments surveyed. The report also reveals that half of corporate tax departments feel under-resourced.

Are traditional systems enough to stay ahead of the worldwide trend toward digital tax reporting and address the resourcing challenge?

Hear from a panel of tax experts as they share their perspectives on utilising content-driven cloud technology solutions that help drive efficiency, mitigate compliance risks and enable strategic business decisions. 

This webinar also covers:

  • Key elements of a best-in-class indirect tax department;

  • Benefits of tax technology over enterprise resource planning (ERP); and

  • How to connect the dots within your business as well as to what’s happening around the world.

The 60-minute webinar was moderated by Deepak Bolia of Thomson Reuters, and facilitated by ITR. The webinar was followed by a Q&A session.


Watch the webinar from November 17 2021

 

Deepak Bolia

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Indirect tax solutions consultant

Thomson Reuters

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Deepak Bolia looks after Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Indirect Tax solutions across Asia-Pacific. As solutions consultant, he works with large organisations with their tax transformation through adoption of technology. 

Deepak has 15 years of experience in technology consulting. He comes with a sound understanding of business processes within ERP systems and often advises customers on integration of tax solutions with ERP systems.


Mawi Andres

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Global tax leader

Music Tribe

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Mawi Andres is currently the global tax leader of the audio equipment company, Music Tribe. She has extensive experience in international tax compliance, transfer pricing, and tax planning. Her core experiences include tax optimisation strategies and process improvement in relation to tax processes.  

Prior to joining Music Tribe, Mawi worked at PwC Philippines where she gained extensive experience in tax advisory, tax compliance, tax audits, and due diligence reviews. She then joined publicly listed and Fortune 500 multinational corporations (MNCs) and handled local and global roles. 

Mawi is a graduate of Polytechnic University of the Philippines and is a certified public accountant.


Vinod Mandlik

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Senior general manager, Global head for indirect tax

Tata Consultancy Services

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With 30 years of experience in the tax world, Vinod Mandlik specialises in formulating tax policy and litigation strategies as well as global structuring of contracts from direct and indirect tax perspective. As senior general manager and global head for indirect tax at Tata Consultancy Services, an Indian multinational company, he leads his team and provides strategic direction in adapting to rapid technology changes to adhere to the global tax and accounting compliance reporting requirements.

Vinod is also a graduate of the Harvard Business School as he completed his senior executive leadership programme in 2018.

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