Webinar: Global Tax Management 2023 - Benchmark Report

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  1. How SAP Customers Can Meet the Challenges of Italy’s E-Invoicing Mandate

    When Italy flipped the European Union’s (EU’s) regulations on business-to-business (B2B) electronic invoicing (e-invoicing), it opened the floodgates for the type of complex regulations companies doing business in Latin America have had to deal with for more than a decade. For SAP customers that aren’t prepared for European B2B e-invoicing, that could be very bad…
  2. Comply with Mandatory E-Invoicing with Confidence

    Over the years, companies have been replacing paper invoices with electronic versions to improve agility and to gain better insights into their business. In recent years, however, tax authorities and governmental organizations in an increasing number of countries have begun enforcing the use of electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) by law to combat fraud and save costs,…
  3. 3 Consequences of Mismanaging E-Invoicing Compliance for SAP Customers

    Of all the issues SAP customers have to address when updating IT infrastructures and ultimately moving to SAP S/4HANA, tax compliance, at first blush, seems to be one of the most mundane. There’s not much excitement in making sure financial systems are compliant with global regulations for enforcing value-added tax (VAT) laws. But mishandling tax…
  4. What Brazil Nota Fiscal compliance means for SAP e-invoicing, logistics & accounting (Q&A transcript)

    Brazil’s Nota Fiscal eletrônica (NF-e) regulations clearly have had impact beyond technical e-invoicing processes, up and down the supply chain. As an SAP customer, what technical and strategic questions do you still have about NF-e, and what are your next steps to ensure compliance? My colleague Gary Byrne of SAPexperts recently moderated an online Discussion Forum…...…
  5. US Mandates for E-Invoicing and Reporting Are Taking Cues from Latin American and European Tax Authorities

    Latin America is without a doubt the leader in business-to-government compliance requirements, and nations across the globe have taken note of how countries in this region have successfully cracked down on tax fraud. In 2015, the United States introduced two new fiscal requirements — public sector e-invoicing and country-by-country reporting — with themes that are…
  6. E-invoicing and Tax Reporting: Latest Trends and Solutions to Enable Digital Compliance

    As Tax Authorities accelerate digitalization trends and constantly raise the bar for compliance, the every-day challenges you face continue to evolve making quality of data and the need of best-in-class technology more important than ever. Join to discover the latest SAP’s offerings that help you to comply with all mandates, from for e-invoicing/e-documents to e-reporting…
  7. Case Study: Next Generation of SAP E-Invoicing

    As mandated global tax regulations constantly change, migrating to a cloud system like SAP S/4HANA can become complex, but it does not have to be. When migrating operations to the cloud, one idea is to keep indirect tax compliance solutions at the forefront of your mind to avoid any additional headaches. At Sovos, we understand…
  8. Next Generation E-Invoicing: Reducing Costs by Eliminating Operational Challenges and Increasing Scalability

    Changing your ERP system is a big undertaking but also an opportunity to update and align your e-invoicing strategy to meet global regulatory changes. In moving to SAP S/4HANA organizations are asking questions about how to reduce migration costs and complexity while preparing for upcoming EU proposals. Indirect tax compliance should be a key consideration…
  9. Colombia to Start E-Invoicing Pilot April 2016

    The Colombia Direccion de Impuestos y Aduana Nacionales (DIAN) is in the process of rolling out electronic invoicing, starting with its pilot phase in April 2016. Over the past few months, decrees legalizing electronic invoicing and specifications defining its processes have been released. All of this will culminate in a large scale rollout, which we…
  10. Mexico e-Invoicing: Insider Tips for Avoiding Tax Penalties in Procure to Pay

    Despite the unique issues triggered by Mexico’s transition to mandatory electronic invoicing and tax reporting, some companies continue to pay off of paper or PDF invoices. But these days, the only document that will withstand an audit is a signed XML. Paper carries no weight in Mexico. And, as discussed previously, the Mexico Tax Administration…