Changes To UK Border Operating Model: Are You Ready For 2022?
Thu 11 Nov 2021 | 2021 has seen significant change to the UK’s customs landscape following the UK’s exit from the European Union. HMRC introduced its Border Operating Model to set out how the border will be managed and to guide businesses on the requirements. 2022 marks further change as HMRC develop their model and adapt customs processes in-line with international customs conventions. What are your business needs, and what options could your organisation consider now?
Embarking On A Xaas Journey: Equipping The Tax And Legal Team [On demand]
(Aired 15 Jun 2021) Over the last few years, there has been a significant shift in organisations moving towards the adoption of subscription models (also known as ‘everything as a service’, ‘Xaas’ or ‘flexible consumption’). This has stemmed from a desire for more global, agile and scalable solutions, and organisations increasingly transforming their traditional sales model into cloud-based solution offerings. This trend has accelerated further due to COVID-19 constraints, with customers wanting to enter into engagements with more control and where they pay for what they actually use. What delivery model options could your organisation consider now, and what are the attention points?