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From Chaos to Harmony: Why IT Leaders Should Consolidate Tax Processes Across Multiple Source Systems

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"From Chaos to Harmony: Why IT Leaders Should Consolidate Tax Processes Across Multiple Source Systems"

7 Risks of Using a Disparate Approach

IT leaders that manage multiple ERP systems may take a different approach to indirect tax calculation for each source system: they may leverage native tax calculation capabilities for some systems, while integrating a third-party tax engine to calculate sales, use, and value added tax in other systems. 

While this disparate approach may serve your company in the short term, it poses a host of challenges that can hinder long-term growth. This guide delves into seven major challenges associated with calculating tax separately across disparate source systems, including: 

  • Data integrity, consistency, and integration
  • Inefficient processes
  • Compliance risks
  • Increased IT support
  • Training issues
  • Scalability issues
  • Increased maintenance costs

Learn how to mitigate these risks by adding a single Vertex tax engine that integrates with every source system.

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