Venue: Leonardo Royal Hotel Amsterdam
Dates: March 14 – 15, 2024 | 8 AM – 5 PM ET
Successful indirect tax management has the potential to significantly reduce costs and inefficiencies, having a substantial bottom-line impact. The difficult regulatory environment and business environment has led to the goal for multinationals to transform their billing, purchasing, customs, and VAT compliance processes. Standardization, automation, and efficiency are the new objectives. This is especially true in the current uncertain environment.
DMA is proud to sponsor this conference, which benchmarks how leading multinationals are implementing new indirect tax initiatives in their operations. Hear their perspectives on VAT risk, compliance, and VAT automation in an informal interactive environment. Attend this event to learn from their experiences, compare approaches, and take away concrete strategies you can use to improve indirect tax strategy in your enterprise.
MEET OUR EXPERTS
Angelo Huertas Torres
Vice President, Tax Technology VAT Operations
Challenge of Balancing “Digitizing Indirect Tax” while Needing to Support Rapidly Changing Global Supply Chains (Driven by Geopolitical and Economic Reasons)
Thursday, March 14, 2024
Angelo Huertas Torres, Vice President, Tax Technology VAT Operations
In this session, attendees will learn:
- How companies are changing their supply chain models due to shortages, business, and geopolitical reasons
- How tax departments are dealing with the current supply chain challenges
- The emphasis on digitizing indirect tax reporting
- Best practices for implementing upcoming VIDA and indirect tax digitization requirements amidst an ever-changing business and IT environment