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Deloitte Tax + Tech podcast series
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Tax technology advances so rapidly it can be hard to keep up. The Deloitte Tax + Tech podcast series navigates the tax technology landscape through conversations with Deloitte leaders to help you chart your tax department’s digital future.
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Tax and the future of work: What will your tax department look like?
Emily VanVleet and Jeff Butt
The tax department of today will likely be unrecognizable tomorrow. Deloitte Tax LLP partner Emily VanVleet and Deloitte Canada senior manager Jeff Butt explore the intersection of talent and technology and how successfully bringing them together is essential for the future.
The human dimension is critical to grasping this idea of Power of With. It is not just enough to implement the best technologies in the world. In order to really optimize them, you need to consider and plan for the impact to your talent.
Embrace the future of tax
Migration to SAP S/4HANA: A rare opportunity for tax
Emily VanVleet and Scott Shafer
The next generation of ERP platforms is here. Deloitte Tax LLP partner Emily VanVleet and Deloitte Global SAP Tax Alliance leader and Deloitte Tax LLP Partner Scott Shafer break down the current and future state of tax functionality in the SAP environment, and why there’s a potentialhuge opportunity for tax to make its mark on the upcoming migration.
As we layer in some of the tax value proposition components … it really raises the visibility of tax. Tax becomes a real critical part of the company’s overall business case and we have seen that typically be one of the top components of the business case, if not the top component of a business case.
Explore tax’s SAP opportunity
Data in demand: The role of cloud ERP in tax transformation
Emily VanVleet and Ravi Gupta
With heightened reporting expectations from tax authorities and increasing demand for business insight from C-suites, real-time data is a critical tax technology need. Deloitte Tax LLP partners Emily VanVleet and Ravi Gupta discuss on our latest tax podcast how cloud ERP migration presents an opportunity to tailor data for greater tax insights, focusing in this podcast, as it relates to Oracle’s new cloud ERP platform.
Once you have real-time data—once you have clean, consumable data—you’re saving a lot of time in your tax department in manipulating, validating the data and putting those hours in value-added activities.
Take in the view from the cloud
Data wrangling: The new frontier in tax department automation
Emily VanVleet, RJ Littleton, and Craig Darrah
Data wrangling tools have the potential to play a huge role in tax transformation—but what are the best ways to use them? And how can these tools work alongside traditional methods? In this tax podcast, Deloitte Tax LLP partners Emily VanVleet and RJ Littleton, along with managing director Craig Darrah, discuss what data wrangling is, how to build these tools out, and what it takes to deploy a new tax technology.
I think from a time to value perspective these types of automations and solutions are going to be drastically quicker than your typical tax compliance or consolidation tool or any other big platform that you are implementing.
Prepare to automate
The data forward tax department: Efficiency with insight
Emily VanVleet and Brad Ford
Data has the power to enable automation and yield new tax insights. But how can tax departments leverage data management to improve processes and outcomes? And what role does emerging tax technology play? In this tax podcast, Deloitte Tax LLP partners Emily VanVleet and Brad Ford take a closer look at using data to fuel tax transformation and discuss a three-step data management strategy that can help departments boost efficiency and drive new ways of working.
This is something that has been a dream of mine for a long time. We’re finally in a spot where data can really drive us through a process. It’s data first, then the process second.
Put your data to work
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