New digital technologies and disruptive business models mean many organizations are struggling to keep pace with the transformative changes required to drive growth, meet customer and shareholder demands and attract the right digital talent to truly reap the benefits of the digital age.
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Digital transformation is enabled by data and technology, but its success is empowered by business-wide change to modify an organization's structures and processes, as well as the way its people work – connecting across the front, middle and back offices. Most importantly, with organizations increasingly acting as stewards of their customers' data, they must improve their cyber resilience to maintain the latter's trust. True digital transformation is not a one-off program; it's a continuous evolution.
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Nearly 70% of Canadian CEOs believe ensuring the front office is seamlessly connected to the middle and back office is key to creating a stronger customer and brand experience. *Source: 2019 Canadian CEO Outlook: Agile or irrelevant
Today's tax leaders face unprecedented regulatory change and complexity. In a rapidly changing environment, technology and innovation can be the difference between a tax department that is on the defensive, one that is keeping pace, and one that is proactively building a proud tax narrative inside and outside of their organization. And with tax authorities increasing the scope of information requests and moving more-and-more toward real-time demand for data, there has never been a better time for organizations to use tax technology to take control over their tax data and the story behind it.
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Most tax technology solutions in the market today can be broadly placed into one of four categories:
*Source: Transforming the tax function through technology
With the increased adoption of technology comes increasing stakeholder expectations for more accurate, timely and relevant information on the businesses performance, as well as assured corporate reporting. And as companies become more transparent in disclosing their strategies, performance and outlook, they are asking auditors to not just assure the numbers, but other KPIs such as employee retention, or social and environmental impact. In today's digital world, auditors are harnessing disruptive technologies to mine the mountain of data to identify audit risks, highlight anomalies and outliers, and focus on riskier and more judgmental transactions – resulting in a higher quality audit.
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