ASUG Joins Sovos to Reveal Procure-to-Pay Tax Compliance Survey Insights

Alex Forbes
May 16, 2018

Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG) recently conducted a research study on behalf of Sovos to determine how procurement, tax, finance and IT professionals are currently managing the procure-to-pay tax compliance process, key challenges faced, and the technologies and processes employed to reduce audit exposure and filing risk.

Join us on Tuesday, May 22 at 2:00 PM ET for a webcast with ASUG market research specialist, Adam Page, and Sovos technical product manager, Randall Chastain, as they reveal:

  • Key insights from ASUG’s survey of procurement, tax, finance and IT professionals on the challenges of tax compliance within the Accounts Payable process
  • Current processes and technologies your peers are using within P2P and how they rate themselves and perform on filings and audits
  • Steps to reduce use tax compliance risks on purchases and best practices to improve internal audit of vendor charged tax with less time and resources

At the end of this presentation is a demonstration of Sovos Use Tax Manager, a solution that provides tax teams with the visibility and control needed over tax data – on every purchase – without slowing down the accounts payable process.

Save your seat.

Download the Sovos and ASUG white paper, Risky Business, How to Beat the Inefficiencies of Tax Compliance on Purchases.

Author
Alex Forbes
Alex Forbes is Senior Manager, Content Marketing, at Sovos. When not helping readers navigate their tax-related digital business transformation journeys, he enjoys day tripping around New England with his wife.

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