A business case for a tax engine
Date: Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Time: 15.00 - 16:00 CET
Join Vertex and EY who will be hosting a panel session discussion on preparing a business case for a tax engine. In this webinar we will highlight:
• The benefits of a tax engine and the subsequent value that the developments can bring to both tax and IT
• How to create a business plan to present to the C-suite.
• Steps to convince the CFO that a tax engine is the best solution from both an IT and a tax perspective
After this webinar, you will have insights into the financial costs and benefits that you would need to build a business case.
Roger Lindelauf, Business Development Director, Vertex Inc.
Roger Lindelauf has more than 30 years of experience working as an SAP VAT architect and senior consultant to large multinational companies such as, Philips NV, Essent Trading International, Shell NV and Meridian Global VAT services
Peter Boerhof, VAT Director, Vertex Inc.
In his role, Peter provides insight and thought leadership regarding the impact of tax regulations, policy, enforcement and emerging technology trends in global tax. He has extensive experience in international transactions, business restructuring, tax process optimisation and tax automation.
Christian Odendahl, Director, Indirect Tax, Ernst & Young GmbH
Christian Odendahl has worked for various large listed companies leading SAP (ECC / S / 4) projects at national and international companies from conception to implementation. Christian advises on the conception, review and optimization of VAT compliance processes, Data analytics with the aim of showing optimization potential in tax processes.
Christian has several years of experience in auditing and advising internationally active companies in various industries and has significant experience in the implementation and management of projects to optimize the tax determination.