New report: Is EMEA ready for tax transformation?

For senior business leaders: An investigation into the impact of e-invoicing and digital taxation

Italy and Spain have already introduced requirements to speed up tax collection and create electronic records for easier auditing. The aim? Simplify transactions and reduce the gap between VAT expected and VAT collected.

This report uncovers what this whirlwind of regulations means for the rest of EMEA. It gives insight into what extent other countries may follow. Plus, it reveals which systems and architecture needs to be in place for organisations to succeed.

Key findings

96% of respondents expect further introductions of e-invoicing mandates globally over the next 12–24 months

‘Simplifying tax processes’ is the top strategic driver for companies seeking a global tax compliance solution

Legacy systems and meeting international regulations are seen as the biggest challenges of introducing an electronic invoicing solution

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