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ACT Webinar - Getting Started with Tax Data Automation and Robotics - a Practical Approach
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ACT Webinar - Getting Stated with Tax Data Automation and Robotics - a Practical Approach

When: December 12, 2017
2:00-3:00pm ET
Where: Virtual
United States

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The Tax Tech Assoc
The Association for Computers & Taxation 

presents an informative webinar on

"Getting Started with Tax Data Automation and Robotics - a Practical Approach"

Hosted and Sponsored by

DATE: December 12, 2017
TIME: 11:00 AM PT/2:00 PM ET

CPE Credit: 1 Hour


Tax Analytics & Robotics — a new capability for Tax functions — is gaining momentum as it promises to expand greatly the Tax function’s ability to deliver increasingly critical insights and value-added benefits to the enterprise.

Tax Analytics & Robotics can empower a Tax function to….

• View multiple years, periods, and scenarios of data at the touch of a button
• Visualize global changes to legal entity structure, trading partners, and tax return filings
• Review ‘what if’ scenarios for potential legislation
• Quickly predict the top permanent items and rate drivers affecting the effective tax rate (ETR).

No longer does Tax need to spend most of its time manipulating, calculating, and analyzing data in multi-threaded spreadsheet models, to rely solely on single-year historical consolidated trial balance level information, or to depend on primarily manual efforts. Tax must be instrumental in defining the governance, developing the solutions, and integrating cross functional data into its operations. Tax must move away from a reactive, hindsight approach and shift to getting insight from data to drive significantly more enterprise value.

This webcast explains the five levels of Tax Analytics, the capabilities of each level, how Tax Functions can utilize robotics, and how to start this journey!



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Featured Speakers:

With an introduction from Al Bradley, President of the Association for Computers & Taxation (ACT) and Senior Manager of Tax Operations at Airgas, an Air Liquide company


Rick Reekie
Partner, PwC
Dr. Bjarne Berg
Principal, PwC


Speaker Opportunity
ACT is looking for speakers that are experts in their area to speak at our webinars and the Annual Conference. If you have a presentation you would like to contribute or if you have a topic you would like us to cover, please let us know by filling out the Speaker and Author Opportunity Form.

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