Tax Compliance and the ERP System

Growing companies often face a critical hurdle: how to scale operations to keep pace with expansion. This typically leads to upgrading or adopting new systems to handle increased operational workload. When transitioning to a new platform, integration is critical. Implementing new systems can result in data fragmentation, with transactional and customer information making its way into multiple locations, often in pieces. This can have a major impact not just on customer service, but also on your ability to stay compliant in all areas of your business.

Transactional tax compliance is a critical piece in each of these business areas. Yet, while compliance is a key objective of a Microsoft Dynamics ERP system, tax compliance is often overlooked during implementation. This is primarily due to companies not fully realizing the impact Microsoft Dynamics ERP tax compliance tools can have on the business and underestimating their value.

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