Event for ERP and VAT Experts

Value Added Tax in ERP systems

How does it challenge IT, Tax Administration and tax experts?

ERP systems are often not equipped to handle the complex requirements of VAT correctly, flexibly and efficiently without extra work or manual intervention.

The legal requirements are constantly changing, and on the basis of the OECD guidelines many countries are exchanging data or demanding evermore detailed information from taxpayers. Organisations are well on the way to transparency.

At these events we’ll be discussing the views of our clients, looking at the different needs of the IT and tax functions, and finally sharing some insights from the Tax Administration.

The aim of the events is to talk about experiences and needs, learn from each other, and build ‘best practice’ together. If required this dialogue can be continued afterwards within our «ITX ERP Support Community». In the beginning, the questions and the coordination of the same language in the cooperation of the tax and IT department are at the company’s disposal. Our discussions will revolve around the issues that organisations face and creating a common language enabling the tax and IT functions to work together.

Have we piqued your interest? We look forward to welcoming you to one of our discussions, between 5.00 and 6.00 pm.



31 May 2017 – This event takes place in German

6 June 2017 – This event takes place in German

15 June 2017 – This event takes place in English. To discuss your questions, local PwC colleagues will be at your disposal.

22 June 2017 – This event takes place in German


Please register the latest until 15 days before your preferred date HERE.
Your registration will be confirmed via E-mail.

For further information about the event, please click HERE.

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