We use a combination of market-leading technology solutions, tax and consulting expertise to identify and target specific areas that will improve companies’ management of tax.
We have extensive experience in assisting our clients with mapping, reviewing and transforming their processes, to create a more streamlined compliance and reporting environment, yielding less risk, higher quality of outputs, more time for tax professionals (particularly around pressure points such as year-end), and a better risk profile with HMRC.
Equally, we have been providing compliance and reporting technology solutions for more than 20 years, working extensively with third party software suppliers, or producing our own market-leading technology solutions.
Selected examples of our work include:
- Reducing the tax risk profile of an organisation, through a systematic identification and mitigation of tax-related risk (PDF, 118 KB), or applying a phased programme of automation to the company’s tax accounting processes (PDF, 121 KB)
- Realising significant time savings through simplifying the process of compliance, improving and automating the current processes (PDF, 118 KB);
- Ensuring the optimal performance of tax systems, through audit and advisory services (PDF, 119KB)
- Bringing higher levels of assurance to the source data that permeates tax compliance, reporting and planning activities through tax-sensitising Enterprise Resource Planning systems (PDF, 120 KB);
Our case studies demonstrate the range of benefits that clients realise through partnering with us on tax technology and process improvement solutions:
- Reduction in the total cost of tax through process standardisation and automation. This allows for improved maintenance of tax systems and processes, and enables a smooth transition to a Shared Service Centre.
- Enhancement of the global tax talent pool through clearer accountability, more transparent measurement, and an improved ability to match skills with tasks and leverage tax talent to add value.
- Embedding of quality and assurance through increased visibility of tax positions and risks; better data quality and information sharing; a higher level of process transparency, and more robust record retention and document management;
- Driving value and performance through reduced risk for shareholders, improved tax-related analysis for business decisions, lower audit adjustments and penalties, and an overall decreased demand on the finance function.