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Tax-Enabled Enterprise Resource Planning Implementation

Building an integrated tax function


Companies that have already implemented — or are considering implementing — an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system often overlook the tax benefits these systems can provide or underestimate the impact on the tax department. Organizations should focus on tax compliance risks — lost tax benefits and the inability to correctly file certain types of tax returns if tax-sensitive information is inaccessible or difficult to recover — after an ERP implementation.

To be effective from a tax perspective, a successful implementation requires ERP professionals who specialize in tax and can effectively address a corporate tax function's particular needs, requirements, and obligations. Deloitte's Tax Management Consulting group offers a combination of skills, methodology, and practical experience to help you pursue opportunities, and navigate the potential pitfalls, of an ERP implementation.

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