Addressing global trade and indirect tax compliance challenges through technology

Managing global trade and indirect tax compliance efficiently can be a challenging and demanding process. Key stumbling blocks are the volume, variety and velocity of data involved – not to mention staying up to speed on all the regulatory developments and geopolitical events that impact cross-border trade and tax decisions.

This article explores how companies can update their data management approaches and compliance strategies to mitigate risk and achieve better cost control, no matter where in the world they do business. 

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