In our experience, even where the tax managers in an organization may want to implement a technology centered tax function, they still need to overcome one of the biggest inhibitors to any change, and that is the need to have a valid business case to support any investment decision. In this section, we examine some of the key aspects to building a successful business case for change. And the process for building any business case for change is really no different from any normal budgetary process. The numbers need to add up.
For business case examples and insights on how to position your business for change and persuade stakeholders towards the desired outcome and tax technology solution, read the full report: Transforming the tax function through technology