Richard Cornelisse

Booklet: anticipate what SAP users would want

In Audit Defense, business intelligence, Business Strategy, cash management, financial audit, Indirect Tax Automation, Indirect Tax Strategic Plan, internal audit, liquidity management, Macroeconomic effects of VAT, Processes and Controls, SAP add on, SAP add on for VAT, SAP for VAT, SAP implementation, SAP review, SAP SLO renaming tax codes, System Landscape Optimization, Technology, VAT automation, VAT for SAP, VAT planning on 10/11/2014 at 10:07 am

If full ‘VAT automation of Accounts Receivable (AR) and Accounts Payable (AP)’ and ‘being in control’ are objectives of your organization, it is important to know what exactly makes Standard SAP not functioning optimal from an indirect tax perspective. Only then it is possible to validate whether a company’s objectives can be achieved via upgrading Standard SAP functionality and/or implementing an external tax engine.

Below Booklet “Solving the real problem not a symptom” explains when Standard SAP requires additional VAT functionality, the root cause, the impact of patch up solutions that remediate a symptom and how the real problem is resolved.

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