Webinar – Tax data and strategy: how a unified system can help
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Webinar – Tax data and strategy: how a unified system can help

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Join ITR and insightsoftware at 1pm BST (2pm CEST) on July 18 to hear how the gap between technology and finance can be addressed through transforming your tax processes and saying goodbye to disconnected systems

Tax agility and precision are more than just goals in today's fast-paced financial environment – they are necessities. In this webinar, Deloitte and insightsoftware will explore how to seamlessly bridge the gap between technology and finance systems. Together, they will discuss how automation meets integrated solutions – from tax provision and country-by-country reporting, safe harbours to pillar two – all within one ecosystem.

Join us to explore how you can transform your tax processes, enabling you to:

  • Automate tax data transfers, enhancing the continuity and efficiency of workflows;

  • Increase data integrity and report validity, building a foundation of trust and reliability;

  • Confidently understand and defend your tax position with comprehensive insights;

  • Enable more frequent reporting and strategic, value-added activities; and

  • Review data more effectively with direct access under one platform.

This webinar will illuminate a new path if disconnected systems, manual spreadsheets, or error-prone reporting hinder your tax team.

Reserve your seat now and take the first step towards a more integrated, strategic future in tax operations.

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