Un anuncio de Sovos

Sovos
May 2, 2018

Hoy, anunciamos la adquisición de TrustWeaver con sede en Estocolmo, para crear un claro líder en software impositivo moderno – y expandir nuestra cobertura de facturación electrónica a 60 países en 6 continentes.

Hemos visto el cumplimiento de facturación electrónica expandirse a cada continente, agregando complejidad y riesgo a tus procesos financieros claves. TrustWeaver se ha convertido en un sello de aprobación para los sistemas procure-to-pay y AP más grandes del mundo.

Con la adquisición, estamos preparados para hacer tres grandes cosas juntos:

  1. Crear la primera solución de facturación electrónica global completa
  2. Combinar los equipos talentosos que son pioneros en software de facturación electrónica
  3. Brindar una solución impositiva completa, incluyendo indicación y reporte impositivo, en los sistemas mundiales líderes de compra y AP, incluyendo SAP Ariba, IBM y Coupa

Para saber más sobre el anuncio de hoy, pueden leer el posteo de nuestro CEO: https://sovos.com/blog/why-our-acquisition-of-trustweaver-is-an-important-milestone-in-the-evolution-of-modern-tax-software/

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Sovos
Sovos is a global leader in tax compliance and business-to-government reporting software, safeguarding businesses from the burden and risk of compliance around the world. As governments go digital, businesses face increased risk and complexity. The Sovos Intelligent Compliance Cloud combines world-class regulatory analysis with a global cloud software platform to create an adaptable, connected and global compliance solution that keeps businesses ahead of the ever-changing regulatory environment. Sovos supports 4,500 companies, including half of the Fortune 500, and integrates with a wide variety of business applications. Based in Boston, Sovos has offices throughout North America, Latin America and Europe. For more information visit and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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