The State of Indirect Tax Compliance Among SAP Customers

Is a Move to the Cloud in Your Future?

Indirect tax compliance can be a behemoth and cause unnecessary strain on IT department resources. Is your company’s digital transformation keeping up with the governments in the locations  you do business? Your tax solutions need to be continuous and automated to adapt the moment regulations change. For multinational organizations, this means around the clock monitoring. In our latest Spotlight Report, created in partnership with Americas’  SAP Users’ Group (ASUG), “The State of Indirect Tax Compliance Among SAP Customers” we explore how SAP customers are planning to modernize their indirect tax operations. 

Indirect tax is an essential financial driver for any organization. It can also be a high-maintenance activity for IT departments. By tapping into the power of the cloud, you can ensure your business is charging, collecting and remitting the proper level of tax, all while dramatically reducing the burden placed on IT. Updating your indirect tax processes is a great way to streamline operations. In this report, we dive deeper into the indirect tax compliance landscape, and break down how SAP customers approach compliance, whether it be on premise or in the cloud.

Why this matters

Organizations are determining that manual processes won’t cut it when it comes to indirect tax. Poor system integrations, slow updates, and compliance issues are holding companies back from staying up to date with the modern ERP landscape. When you’re ready to make the change to the cloud, it’s important to choose a partner with the track record of producing minimal disruption to your business and operations.

Why you should talk to Sovos

Sovos understands that indirect tax compliance is difficult for SAP customers. Keeping up with hardware issues, manual updates and integration issues puts undue pressure on your organization. This report discusses how SAP customers are planning for the future to reduce indirect tax compliance headaches, which in turn helps you garner a better understanding of the current state of the industry. 

This Spotlight Report provides an overview of how businesses are preparing for the continuing ERP evolution. By partnering with a third-party vendor, organizations can more easily overcome SAP-related challenges. And if something does go awry, a third-party vendor can be by your side, providing the support you need when you need it.

Are you ready to modernize your indirect tax operations? Download your complimentary copy of the report now and be sure to connect with our team with any questions you’re left with.