Building the tax function of tomorrow—today

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Building the tax function of tomorrow—today

As the pressure mounts, the tax office sits at the confluence of change

The tax function is no longer all about compliance. Cognitive technologies and new digital models are driving changes in how tax leaders are looking to the future, aiming to add both value and transparency.

As the forces of globalization, digitization, and social transformation take hold, the way companies operate has changed dramatically.1 The pressure on the tax function to transform has never been greater.

Indeed, it is hard to miss the signals of change: in business’s adoption of cognitive technologies in the workplace; in the new digital models being rolled out by tax authorities around the world; in the continued demand from corporate leaders for improved back-office efficiency and cost structures; in the growing public scrutiny on, and calls for greater transparency from, corporate taxpayers.

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