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Indirect Tax - Data Analytics
Stricter regulatory environments and the evolving use of e-audit by tax authorities are leading businesses to seek more visibility and control over their indirect tax profile and compliance processes. Data analytics tools and techniques can help companies to better understand their indirect tax position as well as identify hidden risks and opportunities.
Garnering enhanced insight into global indirect tax positions
Global business expansion, stricter regulatory environments, evolving use of e-audit by authorities, and budget and headcount constraints are leaving companies with increased risk exposure. To navigate these challenges, organisations are turning to new, technology-enabled means to help identify hidden risks and opportunities.
Indirect Tax Data Analytics benefits businesses seeking to:
- Enhance insight into their indirect tax position
- Establish performance predictors and benchmarks to support a Tax Control Framework and associated fact based tax approach
- Identify and analyse opportunities to manage tax liabilities
- Manage risk through automation of analysis and enhanced cash flow management.
The right choice
Companies are seeking ways to leverage advanced technologies to gain insight into many aspects of their businesses including their tax position. Positioned at the intersection of technology and commerce, Deloitte offers businesses:
- Proprietary technology solutions
- Experience in applying data analytics across a wide variety of business applications
- Global networks of professionals with expertise in tax consulting, compliance, process management, and ERP customisation
In the Indirect Tax space, Deloitte leverages proprietary technology called Indirect Tax Data Analytics Smart to help businesses:
- Automate analysis and tracking of global indirect tax at a transactional level
- Detect patterns and reveal insights from key data through interactive visualisations and dashboards
- Detect risks and opportunities and help identify ways to manage cash flow
- Perform tax benchmarking between entities or VAT registrations to gain deeper insights into tax processes and profiles.