Host: Emily VanVleet, partner, Deloitte Tax LLP
The infusion of technology into every aspect of our lives has ushered in a new age of transparency for businesses, their employees, and the tax function. Working in a transparent world can feel like being in a glass house. How can tax leaders use technology to get their houses in order? We’ll discuss:
- Tax Transformation Trends survey, a study with insights from 300+ global tax and finance leaders
- Ways that technology is fueling tax transformation
- Hurdles leaders face when transforming tax technology for a transparent world
Meet the host
As a partner in Deloitte’s Tax Management Consulting practice and the leader of our Robotics & Intelligent Automation team, Emily thrives on anticipating what might be next and boldly embarks on the path to get there. This approach to her work and her life has afforded her the opportunity to support her clients in driving incremental value and staying ahead of market trends. With more than 20 years of experience in tax consulting, strategic process design, and practical approaches to tax transformation, Emily is known for designing and delivering tax solutions that allow her clients to confidently and successfully streamline and automate to intensify value, mitigate risk, and increase efficiency in tax operations. Emily thrives on leading large-scale, multi-dimensional tax transformation plans, and projects across industries globally. Because of her experience and passion for this work, Emily serves as one of the firm’s lead facilitators in the Tax Transformation Lab—a highly interactive session to help tax executive teams focus, prioritize, and mobilize their department’s transformation. Emily is also a regular speaker and author on topics related to tax transformation, automation, and the future of work.