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Bulletin for International Taxation Special Issue: Technology, a Key Enabler for Tax Transformation

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Bulletin for International Taxation Special Issue: Technology, a Key Enabler for Tax Transformation

Guest editors: Marcel van den Brink (EY) and Anuschka Bakker (IBFD)

The continuing demand for increasingly detailed information, tighter closing periods, and increased transparency and disclosure, combined with a pandemic crisis driving an economic downturn, presents huge challenges for companies in general and for the tax function in particular. These challenges are forcing an increasing need for the tax function to demonstrate the value it is bringing in terms of increasing efficiency and generating cash savings while remaining compliant. This requires the tax function to shift from a reactive to a proactive mode.

At the same time, technologies such as blockchain, robotics and artificial intelligence offer new opportunities and efficiencies. The key issue is how to effectively use these technologies, including data management and analytics, to successfully achieve a high-performance tax function.

Written by experts in the field, this special issue aims to guide the reader through the steps necessary to investigate the application and use of technology that will lead to the successful implementation of a tax transformation within their organization.

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Preface - Technology: A Key Enabler for Tax Transformation
Marcel van den Brink (EY), Anuschka Bakker (IBFD)
 
The Latest Generation of Tax Functions and the Role of Technology
Sveinung Baumann Larsen (EY), Antonio Giannelli (SAP)

Tax Technology Applied to Supply Chain
Emanuel Baptista (EY), Jonne Kregting (Teva), Anuschka Bakker (IBFD), Marcel van den Brink (EY), Carl Fredrik Henriksen (EY)
 
Technology-Enabled Tax Compliance
Bianca Kuijper (Thomsonreuters), Todd Cameron (Vertex), Zsolt Szatmari (IBFD)
 
Technological Advances in Administering Taxes: Will There Be a Tax Office in the Future?
Dmitri Jegorov (Ministry of Finance of Estonia)
 
Technology and Tax Administration Control in Latin America
Raul Zambrano, Isaác G. Arias E. (CIAT)

AI and Tax Administrations: A Good Match
Marcus Zackrisson (Norwegian Tax Administration), Anuschka Bakker (IBFD), Johan Hagelin (IBFD)
 
Cross-Functional Collaboration and Change Management: The Key Ingredients for Tax Technology Transformation
Alessia-Maureen Dickler (EY), Eugenie de Roover (UCB), Hanna Moebus (EY), Emanuel Baptista (EY), Anuschka Bakker (IBFD), Sharvari Kale (IBFD)
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