Webinar: Supercharge your tax and financial compliance through centralisation
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Join ITR and Thomson Reuters at 9am GMT (8pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time, 2.30pm India Standard Time, and 5pm Singapore Standard Time) on February 23 as industry experts discuss the wide-ranging efficiencies that can be achieved by automating and centralising financial processes through a single global hub.

Register here for ITR and Thomson Reuters’ webinar: Supercharge your tax and financial compliance through centralisation.

The centralisation of tax and financial compliance is key to increasing data quality, cost efficiency, and corporate governance. However, multinational corporations often rely on in-country specialists to fulfil statutory financial reporting and indirect tax compliance processes. Information on these decentralised activities is often stored locally in different formats, languages, and systems. The end result is laborious manual processes, time-consuming and costly audits, and penalties for regulatory filing delays.

These challenges present a huge opportunity for shared service centres (SSCs), centres of excellence (COEs), and global capability centres (GCCs) to streamline their indirect tax and statutory reporting processes.

In this complimentary webinar co-hosted by ITR and Thomson Reuters, industry experts will discuss the wide-ranging efficiencies and strategic business benefits that can be achieved by automating and centralising financial processes through a single global hub. The discussion will feature Sriram Ranganathan, the vice president and global tax head of Wipro Limited, an Indian multinational corporation that provides IT, consulting and business process services.

Join us on February 23 2023 to learn:

  • How the centralisation of knowledge-based indirect tax and statutory reporting compliance can deliver measurable cost savings, strengthened managerial oversight, improved risk management, and valuable business insights; and

  • How expert technology that leverages the expertise of accounting firms can transform global financial compliance and support business growth plans.

Sign up now for this expert webinar to learn how centralisation can supercharge your firm’s tax and financial compliance.

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