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The FP&A and Tax Dynamic: Using Business Process & Technology to Break the Silos

FP&A and Tax teams are modernizing their functions to create more capacity and focus more on delivering value add, strategic activities in the business. Core to this transformation is creating efficient and standardize business processes to enable increased collaboration between the two functions. Historically, the two teams have worked in silos, only communicating through email and Excel—with little documentation, and inconsistent business process.

When business process is inconsistent, and is not supported by technology, inter-departmental risk and inefficiency abound.

Learn how business process optimization and technology can help establish an FP&A and Tax dynamic for future success:

  • Decrease cycle time and simplify tax compliance business process
  • Increase accuracy and/or better align financial accounting results with tax calculations
  • Gain better insight to interdepartmental data, and improve reporting flexibility
  • Improve capacity and empower team members to focus on strategic, higher-value work

Earn 1 Free CPE!
Speaker:
Mike Sabbatis, CEO, XCM

3
Apr
2:00 – 3:00 pm EST


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Cost Free
CPE Credits 1.0 hour *
Field of Study: – Business Management & Organization
Knowledge Level: Basic
Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
Prerequisites None
Advanced Preparation: None Location: Online

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