We continue our WebEx series to keep you updated on the new country regulations and developments in the use of data analytics for indirect tax. Data is closely dependent on business processes. This time we will tell you about technologies that can help you to improve and standardise your processes and analyse them from a data-based perspective.Read More »
The long awaited mid-term review of the Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20 (the FTP or the Policy) was released by the government. The Policy focuses on expanding market, alignment with GST, data analytics backed policy intervention and trade facilitation with specific emphasis on MSME and labour intensive sectors.Read More »
Are YOU ready to face the ongoing changes within the European Indirect Tax (ITX) landscape?
What are the pitfalls you should watch out for?
In our most recent Webcast, we covered a number of topics around European ITX. Read More »
Data Analytics for Indirect Tax (ITX): Your Journey to Advanced Analytics
A Personal Compliance Readiness TimetableRead More »
Please join our Webcast next Wednesday where we will consider the following topics:
Healthcheck Analytics for ITX
Your Path to Artificial Intelligence (AI) in ITX, step 1Read More »
There are headlines most weeks, if not days, telling us all about the different European jurisdictions where submission of transactional VAT data is mandatory. What frustrates me is that these stories tend to recycle the number of EU states who have mandatory regimes, without explaining which countries they are talking about, or which regulatory submission.Read More »
Please join our webex this wednesday.
These are some of the topics:
• Recent Changes in eGovernment
• What Analytics are being used?
• PwC Analytics offerings
Our presenters are VAT and technology experts:
• Michaela Merz, PwC Partner, Indirect Taxes Leader
• Graham Tilbury, Head of Tax Analytics
• Nassim Tanouti, Senior Manager, Indirect Tax
Please click on the link to register yourself for the WebEx session.
The WebEx will be recorded and will be emailed to you and available on this blog after the event.
There will be time for questions and answers with your speakers during the WebEx.
Questions can also be sent in advance of the WebeX session to the following email address: