The tax function is playing an important role in engineering the future of its organization by bringing practical, realistic, yet forward-thinking innovation ideas to life. But in order for technology-led innovation to drive the future, it must be pragmatic and be grounded in a solid data foundation.
Getting your data house in order is step one in setting the stage for pragmatic innovation. The amount of data that organizations generate and manage has increased exponentially, calling for even greater speed and integration. Emerging technologies residing in the intelligent automation space, such as data analytics, robotic process automation, blockchain, optical character recognition, data visualization and automated cognition present new possibilities for efficiency, risk management and insight. Existing technologies such as cloud computing are being applied more vigorously to tax. C-suite expectations add additional pressure to innovate.
In this webcast, we will discuss intelligent automation technologies that can immediately benefit the tax function, strategies for implementation, and real-life case studies.
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- Cite the potential of intelligent automation technologies
- Describe how technology can be integrated into your business strategies
- Analyze real life use cases and best practices that attendees can implement in their tax functions
- Provide change management recommendations to ensure successful tax innovation implementation
Please note: CPE credits are not awarded for webcast replay.
Recommended Field of Study: Taxes
Program Level: Overview
Delivery Method: Group-Internet
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